This imperative sentence was meant to be made in triple-stroke magenta neon. We made it for the global design consultancy TEAGUE, headquartered here in Seattle, WA.

The neon is mounted on a white acrylic back that encloses the transformers and wiring and has a french cleat to mount flush to the wall. It is wired to dim as well as fade off and on.

We installed it just in time for their party coinciding with the 2015 IDSA International Design Conference. Find a long and suspenseful time lapse of the install taken by Teague staff here.

Here are some shots from the install and of their inspirational light and airy space.

(There’s a candid shot of us in front of the sign below.)IMG_7056 IMG_7061IMG_7085 IMG_7097 IMG_7099 IMG_7119 IMG_7118 IMG_7121 IMG_7132  IMG_7139IMG_7135 IMG_2608

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