LED signs and pictures are made possible by the technology of the light emitting diode (LED), which uses direct current (DC) electric power. Generally utilizing the various colors in which the LED is available, these signs are very catchy and easily noticeable.
The 1950's style LED wall signs are probably the most popular. You'll commonly come across them as functional and/decorative signs for different businesses – mostly in diners, bars, and other casual restaurants. As you drive along highways and city streets, you can also see them as advertising media for various products and services and notice for directions.
This 1950's neon effect wall sign using LED is the energy-efficient alternative for those who'd like to capture the look of the said era, but would also like to save on money and energy. LED types need about 10 to 15 watts of electricity to light up, while signs powered by neon gas can require over 50 watts.
LED signs also come in a wider range of colors than neon types. LEDs also can be programmed to display animation – something you can't do with neon lights. The LED framed picture is one of the results of this ability of the light-emitting diodes. It would usually feature an image of a famous scene and, once lit, the LED lights make it come to life.
But LED displays don't have to always be in color. There are also 3D monochrome LED wall signs, which is like looking at a scene of a black-and-white silent movie. LED lights monochrome signs are the opposite of the neon sign-like displays. The monochrome types are subdued and elegant. Mostly made for wall display, these pictures are usually battery-operated, so there will be no hanging wires visible.
So if you're looking for eye-catching wall signs, from the colorful to the understated, you should look into LED wall displays. They don't only have a more colors and capabilities than neon signs. They're eco-friendly, too.