British artist Chris Bracey is renowned for his work with neon signage and illuminated messages. His latest artworks are on show at the Scream London gallery. His bright artworks and snappy messages can't be missed, some contain Smith's lyrics: "There is a light that never goes out" and others one word phrases like "Star." The inventive artist uses signs that have been salvaged from fairgrounds.
The artist has worked with neon lights for over three decades and has worked for everyone from Dave LaChapelle and British punk and fashion designer Vivenne Westwood. The prolific artist has also contributed his works to films like Stanley Kubrick's 'Eyes Wide Shut' and some Tim Burton films including 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and 'Batman.' If you find yourself in the London area, treat yourself to this fantastical, old world charm exhibition.
Upcycled Fairground Signs
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