The main focus of the Recapturist Project is to capture and preserve the Googie-inspired neon signage favored by many American businesses during the mid-1900s. Although this Mid-Century Modern architectural movement originated in Southern California, its influence can be found in almost every corner of the US. As a result, much of the artist's free time is spent exploring the nearly forgotten two-lane highways and back roads of America on a never ending quest to document these roadside treasures before they all fall victim to progress.
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