Lighting by Lite Brite Neon Studio LLC seen at W New York - Times Square, New York - Neon Back Bar

Neon Back Bar

There is a beautiful neon art fabrication found at W New York - Times Square. This 40 feet of charcoal mirror that evolves throughout the day to gradually reveal a story was created by local NYC artists Wayne Heller and Matt Dilling for Lite Brite Neon.

Meet the Creator

Lite Brite Neon Studio is a collective of craftspeople that specializes in the production of neon art, display, luminous visual props and architectural lighting through a collaborative approach. We seek to transform and transmit the power of light art and display as a viable medium to convey the mystical truths that surround us in everyday life.

Our work has graced the facade of the Venice Biennale; appeared on the cover of the New York Times, Artforum, and Print Magazine; in the windows of MoMa, Tiffany & Co., and Bergdorf Goodman's; and can be found in museums, galleries, and other visual displays worldwide. We also serve as a resource for the preservation and restoration of historic neon art and displays for many private and public collections including the Dia Center for the Arts, MoMa, and the Whitney Museum of Art.”

Available for commission/custom work