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Famous movie posters reimagined as neon signs

Neon signs are bright, electrified, luminous tube lights that contain neon, and were most commonly used as outdoor signage from 1920-1960. Since then, neon lighting has fallen out of popularity with the rise of modern day forms of signage. Though ‘a friend’ tells me they are still popular in many red light districts around the world.

Graphic designer Michael Whaite is a big fan of these old school signs and reimagined popular movie posters with neon lighting. He included Star Wars, Back to the Future, Jaws, and Batman, to name a few. Check them out below!

Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign
Michael Whaite Neon Sign

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Inigo is a writer and graphic designer from Manila, Philippines. He is a soldier of love who will carry you on his strong back of awesomeness when the zombie apocalypse arrives.

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