Trey Trimble is a graphic artist and popular pixel bender - creating unique neon backdrops with strong nostalgic feels. Whether he's producing synthwave album covers, a genre of art influenced by 1980s film soundtracks and video games - or running a successful design business, Trey always knows what people crave.
Founder and owner of Random Neon, Clif Eddens - is a human bridge between dozens of different neon artists, collectors, and creators. Clif talks to Mondo Neon about the pivotal evolution of becoming a neon artist, such as traveling cross country to take neon coursework, building a neon shop with limited resources and know-how, and all the people Clif worked with over the years.
Before he was the General Manager at Ventex Technology, Morgan Crook was an aspiring glass bender, writer and mechanical engineer creating "The Neon Engineers Notebook" for future neon professionals looking to break into the trade. Mondo talks with Morgan about how that was the perfect starting point.
Jon Simo is a cinematographer, photographer and creator, but he’s also the founder of one of the most important neon studios in Toronto's East End, Neon Demon Studio. Mondo talks with Jon about shaping the 1200 square foot industrial warehouse space into a thriving neon playground for cinema professionals and premiere photo shoots.
Nate Sheaffer is a neon artist, glass bender, family man, and super creator to some of the greatest neon in Raleigh, North Carolina. From his early days at Neon Impressions to his current workshop, Glas, an old school boiler room that doubles as a fabrication studio and art gallery (part of Raleigh's Dock 1053 warehouse), Nate reaches back to talk about his personal journey.