Featured Artist

Jeff Meyers

The "Route 66 Relics" line is a creative collection of "New Vintage Neon Sign Art" by Jeff Meyers, an artist residing between Portland, Hawaii and Southern California. This collection reflects Jeff's skills as a photographer, furniture designer and graphic artist.

"Growing up in Southern California in the 1960's. I often traveled along the highways for family vacations, mesmerized by the glowing roadside signage. The seductive motel, cafe, cinema, and drive-in neon signage fueled my imagination and shaped my creativity."

" As the years passed, traveling the U.S., I have noticed those road trip landmarks, works of American Folk Art, have quietly disappeared from the American landscape. Thankfully, many of those iconic signs are now being saved by Historic groups and treated with the respect they deserve."

"The 'Route 66 Relics' Vintage Neon Sign Art designs reflect the style and humorous integrity of the roadside advertising I loved growing up and still do."

"Route 66 Relics" limited edition pieces have a patina of rusty steel or bronze, hand-blown neon glass tubes, motorized moving elements and the authentic feel of Americana Folk Art. Each piece is Hand-Made from the ground up and built in Portland, Oregon.

From Home Art Collections to Breweries, Restaurants, Cruise Ships, Hotels, Casinos and Offices. "Route 66 Relics" are lighting up new horizons.

For more information on "Route 66 Relics" please visit The English Garden to view the art in person or contact Jeff Meyers at:

Tel: 503.961.5941            Email: Jeff@route66relics.com          www.Route66Relics.com

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Contact us, call 949-494-7114, or order online.

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