Circus of Soho

If you’re searching for that special Christmas present for a certain someone (and you have a healthy budget) you might like to check out neon artist Chris Bracey’s Circus of Soho pop-up shop

Formerly a graphic designer, Bracey has been working in neon since the 70s and actually created signs for some of Soho’s saucier establishments. The shop will feature old and new works, some created by recycling signs from yesteryear.

Circus of Soho is at 47 Beak Street, London W1 until January 15. godsownjunkyard.co.uk

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