Create your Own Neon Logo

Create your Own Neon Logo

I found this fun little website where you can type whatever you want and it will automatically create a neon street logo for you! You can even change the color and download the file straight to your computer. There are ways to create neon looking lights in photoshop for more intricate design with more control over your work. This is just fun.


Throwing up Neon

I have yet to receive an invitation to the new and improved Myspace but I am hoping that when I do I will not have to see page layouts like this. Why is there so much going on? How could you ever cyber stock this page when the words are hidden behind all of the design. haha

SOAK packaging Clearly Bright and Beautiful

At first glance I thought this was hand soap but then I kept reading. This is actually soap for your most precious fabrics. It is natural and gentle. These characteristics shine through the design which is soft and subtle.

STIGA Pure - Table Tennis Paddles

I have always hated the stale green of the table in table tennis. It makes the room look dull. These neon bright paddles will take care of that. They are fun and you can choose between multiple colors!
I can now say Neon is everywhere.

Bermellón Confectionery Shop

Taking the spicy flavors of Mexican cuisine to sweet flavors of Mexican street candy. The bright colored packaging scream Mexican heritage but the simple bottling creates a more elegant feel. Personally my favorite is the bag that they created for the product. The simple one bright color ads just enough spice. I am not a fan of the gradient.

Pucker Vodka and its brightly neon colored Packaging

The controversy was all in the neon colored packaging of Pucker’s new line of Vodkas. Some thought that it was clearly marketed to children. I see it and think that is clearly marketed to women or men, whomever likes super sweet fruity flavored drinks.

Dan Flavin

Dan Flavin

His medium was florescent light. Another form of designing art with electricity and tubes to create light art. His minimalist designs brought light to any room of shape and size.

Neon the way I do not Like it

Neon took over the 2012 London Olympics. I can’t say I was too excited for this. I do not like the logo for this years olympics. It does not feel like 2012 to me but it does feel like 80’s early 90’s. It almost feels messy to me. This just did not say the OLYMPICS.
The article explains how the first neon colors came about. To some it up Dr. Busenitz injected silver nitrate into living human bodies and as the liquid flowed through the body, painfully killing the person, a glowing Blue appeared. Originally the Doctor was looking for a cure for hiccups but continued his work to find the Perfect Neon Blue. Eventually his great grandson found a way to get the same color from opossums ending the need for living human bodies and contributing to the mass production of the Electric blue we know today.



Shibuya Station was quite remarkable.