“For a brief period of time the American electric-sign industry looked beyond its most immediate market and collaborated with store designers and architects in creating a style which became known as ´stream-line.´ Later it became known as ´American Déco.´ Whatever it was called or will be called in the future, it represents in terms of neon a thrust away from isolated signage toward an area of architectural ornamentation in which signage is but one element in an overall plan." - Rudi Stern, from the book 《American Streamline: A Handbook Of Neon Advertising Design》 by Philip Di Lemme.
Help us to keep creativity free, independent, and accessible to all
penccil is the only platform for cutting edge creativity without user tracking.
The penccil community is growing every day. But we need your support to keep penccil independent and free as a safe space for creative people around the world. Every donation, big or small, helps.
Our mission is to make creative expression truly free, independent, and accessible to all, without fees, cookies and user tracking. Your donation to penccil goes to the costs of servers and maintenance and helps us to develop penccil further.