What, in the end, makes advertisements superior to criticism? Not what the moving red neon says—but the fiery pool reflecting it in the asphalt.  Walter Benjamin, One Way Street And Other Writings

marfa bookstore red neon (2)Photo Sandy Sage

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  1. Barbara Estinson says:

    That is a neat photo, Sandy! And the quote is perfect with it. I know you really like neon signs.

  2. Jesse says:

    Is that on a bookshelf? What is the light for?

    • Sandy says:

      Yes it is a bookshelf at Marfa Bookstore. The light is a piece of art. Since I love neon, I fell in love with it but I’m sure you’re going huh 🙂

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