Celebrating the light art of a neon genius: Gods Own Junkyard pop-up in Soho

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Check out the neon creations of the late Chris Bracey at the Gods Own Junkyard pop-up shop and gallery in Brewer Street, Soho

For decades, the sex shops and night clubs of Soho have been drawing in punters with the lure of their neon lights. When there’s a flash of neon, it’s usually a hint of some late night fun and games – whatever that means to you! Following the sad passing of British artist and designer Chris Bracey – who lit up W1 with his creative lighting – in November, his work is now on display and for sale in Soho. Taking the name from his Gods Own Junkyard warehouse in Walthamstow, East London, a pop-up shop and gallery displaying his creations has opened in Brewer Street until January.

  • Gods Own Junkyard pop-up @ Lights of Soho, 35 Brewer Street, Soho, W1F 0RX. Nearest stations: Piccadilly Circus or Oxford Circus. Open 10am-8pm until 18th January 2015. Free entry. For more information, visit the Lights Of Soho website.

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Posted on 16 Dec 2014, in art, London and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

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