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TODD SANDERS

TODD SANDERS

Contemporary neon artist Todd Sanders crafts his vintage-style designs using durable modern materials and specialized weathering techniques. Evoking the glory days of roadside America, Sanders’ work resembles old relics rescued from forgotten attractions on abandoned highways. Sanders calls his style modern vintage, but considers himself a pop artist, sharing a rich artistic vein mined by Andy Warhol and other pop-culture iconographers. A Montgomery, TX native, Sanders began pursuing his muse in earnest after moving to Austin, Sanders’ work is prized by his collectors, including Willie Nelson, Shepard Fairey, Edie Brickell/Paul Simon, Joe Rogan, Johnny Depp, ZZ Top, and Kings of Leon. Sanders’ pieces have appeared in several films, as well as the pages of Esquire, Fortune, Texas Monthly, and Southern Living magazine. The original version of his most popular design, his animated “Fireflies in a Mason Jar,” was created for the wedding of fellow Texan Miranda Lambert to Blake Shelton. Several of his works have hung in the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles.
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