Feel Desain recently visited the Neon Muzeum in Warsaw – a unique exhibition dedicated to preserving Poland’s iconic cold war era neon signs. The museum came about in 2005 when it started displaying images of neon signs, then moving on to focus on the restoration and display of the real thing. There are now over 50 neons and 500 letterforms, many of which were created during the 60s and 70s by renowned artists and graphic designers but had fallen into disrepair since then. The collection is always growing thanks to the owners’ enthusiasm and desire to protect this special part of Polish culture. The private museum, created by David Hill and Ilona Karwinska, is a very popular, permanent exhibition in Soho Factory, Praga, which is known for being a cool and creative area of the city. If you’re ever in Warsaw, you won’t regret making a visit to the Neon Muzeum. Have a look at the photos we took below.