Tim Burton Exhibit in Vegas

Meet me in Vegas? Our favorite twisted and dark creator has opened an exhibit in Las Vegas at The Neon Museum.

What is the exhibit about? The Neon Museum shed some light on how Burton has been fused into their museum: 'This is an exhibition of sculptural and digital installations that celebrates Burton’s link to Las Vegas’ historical neon heritage. These artworks, many of which are site-specific creations, play with the Museum’s landmark sign collection, which was prominently featured in Mars Attacks! Burton’s irreverent homage to the sci-fi B-movies of the 1950s and 1960s and the disaster films of the 1970s unleashed gleefully destructive alien invaders upon gamblers, casino workers and Tom Jones. The presentation of Burton’s art in Las Vegas is a unique experience where the host institution also serves as creative inspiration. The Museum’s distinctive campus is transformed through the artist’s singular vision for this original exhibition.'

They have two different ticket prices, depending on how much you want to see. Of course I want to see everything, including the Museums Boneyard which holds retired Vegas signs on display for everyone to see.

Everyone has kept photos to a minimum and his entire exhibit hush hush so as not to ruin all the devilish surprises. Get your ass to Vegas and check out his exhibit: https://www.neonmuseum.org/visit/buy-tickets/tim-burton

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