Retro is in this year, which is why the Jonathan Adler x Yellowpop collaboration couldn't be more perfectly timed. The designer and the neon sign decor brand have partnered on a series of limited-edition neon signs (technically, they're LED-powered!) featuring Adler's funky motifs, from a cartoon-like pill to an elaborate golden eye.
"As a designer and craftsperson, I work with myriad materials to bring my vision to life. But for years there's been a neon-shaped hole in my heart. Until now!" Adler said in a statement. "Working with Yellowpop to translate my designs into neon signs has been a delight, and I hope folks love the collection as much as I loved designing it!"
Check out the full collection below, and shop it here!
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