The new booked Patented, released today, explores the past 120 years of industrial design through 1,000 design patents!
Explore 1,000 life-changing patents from the past 120 years in a new book, Patented, by architectural designer Thomas Rinaldi!
Join Tom Rinaldi, author of the book "New York Neons" as he guides us through the history and future of a dozen vintage neon signs in West Village, New York.
Greenwich Village has seen a number of great old signs disappear in recent years to make way for facsimiles but the Casa Oliveira Liquors sign is an original.
Hudson Valley Ruins, a photography exhibition about the region's forgotten architecture, is on display at the New York State Museum in Albany.
An archive of vintage photos from NYU reveals a treasury of midcentury New York neon signs that once lit the streets around Greenwich Village in NYC.
One of the most recognizable signs in NYC is the work of a particularly obscure sign company, the lone surviving installation of the Allen Sign Company.
Greenwich Village is blessed with an especially dense concentration of vintage neon signs. Learn from Thomas Rinaldi, author of New York Neon on a new tour.