Glow-in-the-dark wall decorations are part of any life stage, whether it's constellation stickers during childhood, neon beer signs in college, or "live nudes" ones afterwards, assuming you have student loans to pay off, and sport a well-sculpted butt. For the next evolution of neon, check out LuxChroma Design Studio.
Lux is a Fredericksburg operation that creates unique, LED-backlit wall-hangers cut into symbols from the religious to the cheeky, all of which promise to enhance a room’s atmosphere with a brilliant “halo effect”, a phenomenon more widely known for making grown men scream into a headset at 11yr-olds who were supposed to be covering them with a sniper rifle. Stencil-y designs are all over the place, covering everything from music with an old-school, green-lit (ha!) cassette tape, to food with a Mexican-flag-themed chili pepper, to awesome with a 2ft-wide handlebar mustache. Others include a Soviet hammer and sickle (in Russia, signs pump electricity through you!), a red no-smoking symbol around a naked lady called "No Touching Boobs", and a rainbow-colored unit straight out of Space Invaders -- the arcade game that is, not the kids in Penn Quarter who aggressively request your email address for Greenpeace.
They'll also take requests for personalized signs, and should they like yours enough, will turn it into a future design at no cost to you -- a great way to cull suggestions from the public without just mimicking your move, and using a pole.