A couple of months ago, I couldn’t resist another visit to Lights of Soho. The gallery, on Brewer Street, is home to a bar and member’s lounge, with many light artworks by talented artists.
Another London adventure with Emily, and another beautiful outfit (head over to Emily’s blog here to see outfit details). We finally discovered the famous Portobello Road market, as well as the delicious Hummingbird Bakery cupcakes and hot chocolates! We wandered over to Spitalfields to revisit our favourite diner, The Diner in the market, for one of the best hot dogs in London!
On Sunday I ventured to one of my favourite cities again, London. Lights of Soho, an adorable gallery round the corner from Piccadilly, is showing ‘God’s Own Junkyard’, celebrating Chris Bracey and 40 years of neon. Bracey salvaged neon lights and signs from films, fairgrounds and circuses that would have otherwise dumped them.
Two floors filled with magical, neon delight = heaven! God’s Own Junkyard is on until Sunday 18th January, so hurry before you miss it! If you want more, there is also a selection of neon treasures in Selfridges Oxford St.
Visit http://www.godsownjunkyard.co.uk for more details.
All photographs copyright Alannah Messett.