NEON FOR LUKULLUS PATISSERIE

neon light design  |  2014

neon was made by The Neon Museum in Warsaw Prague

I created a neon light project for a pastry shop, Lukullus, based in Warsaw. I wanted to connect with traditions of neon signs in Warsaw, and in particular to the iconic sign, at the Constitution Square, representing a volleyball. My intention was to depict the cherries falling just like the volleyball. 

Lukullus is Warsaw pastry founded in 1946, using only natural ingredients. Two owners: Albert Judycki and Jacek Malarski are both passionate about cakes. 

 

 
The neon on Mokotowska Street in Warsaw (photo: Jacek Malarski)

The neon on Mokotowska Street in Warsaw (photo: Jacek Malarski)

Process of making the neon (photo: Jacek Malarski)

Process of making the neon (photo: Jacek Malarski)

Neon Volleyball (project: Jan Mucharski, 1960, photo: Cezary Piwowarski) 

Neon Volleyball (project: Jan Mucharski, 1960, photo: Cezary Piwowarski) 

Lukullus pastry interior

Lukullus pastry interior

Lukullus pastry interior

Lukullus pastry interior