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Photos: A Peek At The Museum Of Neon Art's #Signgeeks Exhibit

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Vintage neon signs are what's in at Glendale's Museum of Neon Art, currently featuring photos from over 60 "sign geeks," as aficionados of the retro roadside gems call themselves. In addition to what's on the wall, they've also gotten their hands on a number of glowing, animated signs, which are now on view throughout the gallery.

There's even a sign celebrating MONA's new home in Glendale. MONA's original downtown location closed in 2011, and celebrated its grand opening at its present location in February.

Signgeeks is on display through June 19 at the Museum of Neon Art, located at 216 S. Brand Blvd. in Glendale, 818-696-2149.

Related: Photos: Bask In This Vintage Southern California Signage