Artisan Crafting Gives Neon a New Lease on Life Electric spaghetti is on the menu, and it's satisfying a lot of light appetites these days. For lighting applications ranging from commercial signage to interior design, neon, that electric spaghetti, or what 1960s psychedelic light-show legend and '70s neon revivalist Rudi Stern has dubbed electric toothpaste, is increasingly the light source of choice. Flexibility of shape, intensity and variety of color, energy efficiency, and ...

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