The Making of a Neon Coca-Cola Sign

August 2nd, 2011



The work that went into this neon Coca Cola sign is amazing. It was designed and built for Piccadilly Circus in 1954. Seeing the craftsmanship of these old neon signs makes me really appreciate just how easy it create vector-based files nowadays. Long live any remaining signs as beautiful as this one was.

Found on Creative Review








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6 COMMENTS   »  Leave your Comment

  1. Mark says:

    “For Piccadilly Circus”, not “for the Piccadilly Circus” :)

  2. Shelby White says:

    @Mark thanks for catching that! Updated the post.

  3. I spotted a few of the pics in a recent copy of Creative Review, so nice to see the full story of how the sign was made. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Mike says:

    wow, magnificent!

  5. tokyospark says:

    I would love to get my hands on the beautiful drafting of the sign. I used to love doing technical drawings by hand, and that one is a real masterpiece. Thanks for posting!

  6. August says:

    Good post. I learn something new and challenging on sites I stumbleupon every day.
    It’s always useful to read through articles from other authors and use something from their web sites.


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