God's Own Junkyard


Time Out says: God's Own Junkyard showcases neon artist Chris Bracey's personal collection of work in a salvage yard in Walthamstow. It contains everything from his signage for Soho sex clubs in the '60s to his work for the movie industry. read more
The Huffington Post says: I thought I'd died and floated off to psychedelic nirvana. God's Own Junkyard is a shimmering Aladdin's cave of new and salvaged retro neon signage, religious iconography, disco balls and shimmering film props hanging from the ceiling and festooning every available surface in a warehouse space on an industrial estate in Walthamstow. read more
Just Opened London says: The cavernous interior glimmers with floor-to-ceiling items, including some of the iconic pieces he has created over the years for blockbusters such as Eye's Wide Shut, The Dark Knight, World War Z and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. read more
Secret London says: You can spend hours peeking and prying at the range on offer. Thankfully, if you get hungry, Gods Own Junkyard operate their own on-site café, called The Rolling Scones… it features some brilliantly odd signs, my personal favourite being the one which simply reads 'James Blunt'. What can I say, Gods Own Junkyard – you're beautiful, it's true. read more




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