Gods Own Junkyard open weekends : Friday - 11am to 10pm    Saturday - 11am to 10pm    Sunday - 11am to 6pm.
The Rolling Scones Cafe/Bar is open for food and drinks all weekend.

Please note: If we are closed for a private event we will update our Twitter account @godsownjunkyard with dates and times.

Gods Own Junkyard
Unit 12
Ravenswood Industrial Estate
Shernhall Street
London
E17 9HQ

Link to MAP

Directions from Walthamstow Central to Gods Own Junkyard

Access to GODS OWN JUNKYARD AFTER 6pm Fri/Sat/Sun
BY CAR: via the estate entrance gates Shernhall Street.
By FOOT: Both pedestrian gates open from Shernhall Street and Summit Road.

PHOTOGRAPHY RULES
We do not allow use of Cameras (DSR) but do allow use of mobile phone cameras for personnel or social media purposes only.
Hire a Neon Sign from Gods Own Junkyard - Neon, LED, Lightboxes and Prop Signs!
You are all so amazing, never realised how everyone felt.
I've set up a Just Giving site for donations to Prostate Cancer UK to help other blokes like me.
If you feel you want to please go to https://www.justgiving.com/ChristopherBracey/ and thanks for all the love. x

Hire a Neon Sign from Gods Own Junkyard - Neon, LED, Lightboxes and Prop Signs!
360 Degree View of Gods Own Junkyard - Amazing!

Actual Gods own junkyard

Chris Bracey has been the Neon Man for 37 years creating iconic artpieces for David la chappelle,
Martin Creed etc. With a cult following in London and Los Angeles.
New & used neon fantasies, salvaged signs, reclaimed neon signs, old movie props and retro displays.
Neon art made from found objects, retrieved and renewed waste and lights.
Fairground & circus lighting, architectural sign salvage. Led & cold cathode luxury products.
Designers & makers of all things with light.

   
Chris has made, installed and collected signs that have appeared behind
some of the greatest stars. Tom Cruise in Eyes Wide Shut, Johnny Depp in Charlie and the Chocolate
Factory, Jack Nicholson in Batman are just a few that have appeared alongside the collection. When
the film is rapped neons are discarded like yesterdays newspapers, unwanted, unloved. Chris has
collected these neon and bulb icons and salvages old neons and architectural advertising from the
streets before they disappear forever. Repaired and resurrected, coupled with quirky art and powered
up to shine like jewels of light. Icons in their own right, Gods own junk yard where neon never dies.
       

Dynamo was at Godsownjunkyard! Watch the Neon Bulb Magic.

Valspar Colour Ambassador, Gods Own Junkyard

The True Story STEEL DOGS Out Now!
Available on Softback and Hardback from Lulu.com and Kindle Digital from Amazon.co.uk. CLICK HERE TO BUY STEEL DOGS NOW
Neon artist and founder of neon wonderland Gods Own Junkyard Chris Bracey lived an extraordinary life. Recording its twists and turns in a book was always part of his plan. Sadly, prostate cancer claimed him all too soon and he ran out of time, passing away in early November 2014. In his last moments, on his deathbed, he asked his son Matthew to write their story. 'Dont pull any punche's, he said, People will forgive us.' He passed away in his wife Linda's arms later that night. Overwhelmed by the task ahead, Matthew Bracey wanted to fulfil his fathers dying wish. Now he has announced Steel Dogs, a colourful, wacky story that starts as a family memoir, a journey in neon, from the seedy Soho sex shops to the movie industry. The second half of the book unfolds as Matthew's personal story and this is where it shifts a gear. Casting himself as the hapless loser, Matthew strips himself heroically bare in the name of a good anecdote. Driving his own story forward, by the power of self-humiliation and self-deprecation, he's supported by a stellar cast, his parents, his salt-of-the-earth Dad, Chris, his sage, formidable mum, Linda, Ballsy Wife Sarah and best friend. With almost every page that turns, another mishap awaits. Matthew is the author of their misfortune, while Chris Bracey is the brilliant co-pilot on a raucous ride that just won't stop. Matthew Bracey says, 'My father said, 'dont pull any punches. Let the chips fall where they may.' He really wanted Matthew to lift the lid on their far eastern exploits and now he has. Matthew adds, 'Let's just say, 'What happened in China, stays in China', is no longer the case.'