We are open weekends : Friday - 11am to 5pm    Saturday - 11am to 9pm    Sunday - 11am to 6pm.
The Rolling Scones Cafe is open for food and drinks all week end.
On Saturdays and Sundays you can contact Gods Own Junkyard on : 020 8509 0157

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

Link to MAP

Gods Own Junkyard is open in Selfridges Oxford Street & Lights of Soho Brewer street 7 days a week.

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
Actual Gods own junkyard
Godsownjunkyard also available at :
http://www.selfridges.com/
Lower Ground Floor
400 Oxford Street
London, W1A 1AB.


http://lightsofsoho.com/
Lights of Soho
35 Brewer Street
London W1F 0RX
Contact : info@lightsofsoho.com
Mon to Sun - 10am till 8pm.

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, vintage neons, 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.
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