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Celebrity-loved artist's neon sign work goes on display

Chris has many celebrity fans of his work

Already notorious as a red light area, Chris Bracey transformed Soho in the 1970s using neon lighting.

He made signs for bars, clubs and tattoo studios and his work is now collected by the likes of Elton John, Jay Z and Kate Moss.

The signs are attention grabbing

Some of his creations are about to go on show at a London gallery.

Chris Bracey works out of a studio called God's Own Junkyard in east London.

The artwork transformed Soho in the 1970s

He often uses reclaimed old signs or other discarded objects.

Jay Z has commissioned three pieces, Sir Elton John had a sign for his son made and Ray Winston wanted a neon sign for home bar.

Many of Chris' pieces are on display in London
Much of the artwork is made from discarded objects found in junkyards

For more information on Chris Bracey's exhibition: I've looked up to Heaven and been Down to Hell click here.

Love or hate Chris' work it certainly is unmissable