This sign says it all. It spells out quite simply what we all need right now. Local artist and photographer, Kimberly Wolff is the genius behind this piece and fundraiser for hope. 

Kimberly had been feeling the need to do something positive in these difficult times, and desperately wanted to give back and support the community using her photography. For years, much of her work has been inspired heavily by old neon signs and urban landscapes. She wanted to create something specific and familiar to mark this time and hopefully raise money for important organizations. It dawned on her that she needed to create her own NEON SIGN with her own message. She’s always been a big fan of the iconic Benjamin Moore sign that stands strongly in the heart of Downtown Denver, so she chose to use it as a backdrop for her own message of hope. Collecting neon letters from images of iconic signs that she had photographed all over the US, along with some Photoshop magic,  it now lovingly reads “More Love Please”!  Kimberly released a limited number of signed and numbered fine art prints of her “new” version of the iconic 

Benjamin Moore Sign, with proceeds of the print sales being split between One-Colorado, BLM 5280, and Denver Health Foundation’s COVID-19 Response Fund.

Prints are available for purchase on her website at with local Denver pick-up available at Modern Nomad in RiNo (2936 Larimer St, Denver, CO 80205). The print pick-up option is designed to involve the local business community by driving traffic and interest to local shops. Yes to this!

Kimberly has stated, “I truly feel like we are all looking for a way to help others and move forward with light and love. The “More Love Please” campaign will hopefully contribute to this movement of change and help foster healing, understanding and loving support.” 

We are in love with this project and its positive light. Wishing you all more love.

Your neighbors, 

Sam & Shaleen DeStefano