Weird Tim Burton traces will stay put in their neon graveyard

CNET | 1/17/2020 | Staff
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One of the pieces at the Lost Vegas show.

The Mars Attacks aliens, the tragic boy with nails in his eyes from The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy, and the hidden Beetlejuice sign will stay in Las Vegas a little bit longer. The Neon Museum has extended filmmaker Tim Burton's show Lost Vegas through April 12. The exhibit, which features digital art and pieces specifically designed for the space, was initially supposed to close Feb. 15, but the show's been so successful, it'll be there longer.

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It was the director, artist, and writer himself who reached out to the Neon Museum proposing a special exhibit, said museum CEO Rob McCoy. The museum opened in 2012 with an already existing collection of pieces coming mostly...
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