Tucson Gateway Saguaro Neon Sign Limited Edition Silk Scarf by Photographer A. T. Willett

Tucson's iconic Gateway Saguaro Neon Sign photographed in 2017 by photographer A.T. Willett for a story in the Tucson Guide Magazine. These Signature Series limited edition silk scarves are 75cm by 75cm (30X30 inches) in size and printed on the highest quality silk twill fabric. They come packaged in beautiful gift box and are ready to wear. They make a great gift for anyone who holds Tucson in their heart and soul.

More about the Gateway Saguaro:

Tucson's iconic "Gateway Saguaro" was created as a public art project for the City of Tucson by local artist-architect Dirk Arnold. Arnold has been working to save these iconic designs with his company Endangered Architecture for the past 20 years by creating artwork involving Tucson's Historic Neon Signs. In 2010 Arnold was given the opportunity to create a public art neon sign from the ground up and this towering 30 foot tall structure has become an icon of the Tucson Skyline. The signs popularity has made this a frequent request at local Tattoo shops around town, people just love it!