Month: October 2012

Vintage Neon Signs Light Up Sin City Museum

Very cool! New Neon Sign Museum opens in Vegas. “The brightly-colored, flashing lights of neon signs and the city of Las Vegas go together like gin and tonic water, so it’s no surprise that Sin City is the site of the Neon Museum, which its founders say is the world’s largest museum of neon signage.” Here are […]

Where Art and Commerce Meet

Recently I was asked to provide a description of a piece on display in downtown Bentonville, Arkansas, a city with an emerging art scene driven in large part by the Crystal Bridges Museum. Others have said, and I agree, that my work explores the intersection of where art and commerce meet. The description of the vintage […]

RIP Big Tex

It was a sad day on Friday, as we lost the iconic Big Tex. He’s a reminder of the iconic images that we come to love, and we all hope he’ll be restored in time for next year. Until then, here’s the Roadhouse Relic’s tribute to the big guy in the sky:  

Roadhouse Relics on Texas Country Reporter

We’re thrilled to announce that this weekend Todd Sanders of Roadhouse Relics will be featured on the iconic television show, Texas Country Reporter. Click here for a list of showtimes in your area. And you don’t just have to be in Texas! You can find Texas Country Reporter on the following cable and satellite providers: DISH […]