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November 02, 2019 1 min read

Millennials may seem fickle about a lot of things in life. Buying or renting a house? Owning or leasing a car? Saving up for retirement or spending the Summer in Italy. I mean we've even rented out private planes for photoshoots

But if there's one thing almost every millennial can agree on its that we love neon signs and that has been the source of some of our favorite art exhibition for the past half decade. It's no wonder why some of today's biggest art galleries curate these modern day Picasso'sor hipster bar mainstays. Either way you cut it, neon signs are now making their way into workplaces, homes and of course man caves. Here's one of our favorites (which we also happen to be selling 😎):


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