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In pictures: Mayfair has been lit up by a load of colourful neon signs
Balazs Studinger

In pictures: Mayfair has been lit up by a load of colourful neon signs

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You can now see central London in a new (and more luminous) light, thanks to the arrival of a load of neon signs in Mayfair. The installations are the work of Chris Bracey, the man behind neon wonderland God's Own Junkyard, who sadly passed away two years ago. His family has kept his workshop open, and now the Mayfair-based Bankrobber gallery is celebrating his work by displaying a selection of signs all over Shepherd Market village.

The neon lights will be on display from today until October 13, and the gallery will be exhibiting more neon masterpieces from Chris Bracey's son, Marcus Bracey, until October 30.

Check out these pictures for a sneak peak of Mayfair's new neon makeover.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Neon Legacy is at Shepherd Market, Mayfair, W1J 7PD. Until October 13.

In other news, we asked David Shrigley to give a thumbs up or a thumbs down to some highly important London topics

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