The Neon Boneyard is where Las Vegas signs go to die. The two acre site houses over 150 signs from Las Vegas casinos and motels, some dating as far back as the 1930s. The Boneyard offers a fascinating history of Las Vegas and its fantastic typography. I kind of want to visit Las Vegas just to roam around here.
When someone says Las Vegas, you more than likely think of the glitz and the glamour: bright lights, shows and over the top displays. This series by Jean-François Thériault avoids those clichés and shows you an entirely different side of Sin City, which is exactly what makes it beautiful. He makes Vegas feel more like an abandoned town than a tourist attraction through his use of desaturated colors and select subject matter.