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This thought provoking piece, Who's Next?, is part of our Neon Art collection, designed and created by Tony Spink (after being given the idea by a colleague). The neon lettering, which has been sprayed across the front with black spray paint, flickers its message - the answer to which we won't know until it happens. The neon is fitted onto a wooden crucifix which has been burnt and stained with a wood stain, with rope detail on parts of the crucifix.
Material: Wooden crucifix. Stained/burnt wood with rope around. Neon tubes spray painted; Colour: Amber; Size: 800mm x 1200mm.
Real glass neon is more elegant looking than its LED alternatives, as real neon offers 360 degree light around the tube.
Neon signs contain either neon gas, or a combination of neon and argon gas, both which are harmless inert gases that our found in the air that we breathe.
Neon signs are not expensive to run. A typical size of neon sign that would be used in a home or business for decorative or branding purposes, will cost £60 or less per year to run, which is approx 16p per day.
Neon signs do not get hot and are completely safe to use in both businesses and homes.
Neon signs are fully recyclable, unlike their LED alternatives which end up in landfill.
You may have come across the term ‘LED neon sign’, but there is actually no such thing – it is either a neon sign (as described above) or an LED sign, which is made from plastic / silicone and LED lights. If it doesn’t contain gas in the sign, then it isn’t a neon sign!