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Neon Artwork Inspired by the Vauxhall Mokka from Chris Bracey

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Chris Bracey Creates a Unique Collection of Neon Artwork Inspired  by the Vauxhall Mokka

Renowned British neon artist Chris Bracey has collaborated with Vauxhall Motors to create the ‘Cool Britannia Collection’; a series of new and original artworks. Each piece is a one of a kind and will be on display to the public at Gods Own Junkyard before being auctioned in aid of Kids

The Mokka is Vauxhall Motors compact SUV, which combines attractive design with innovative technologies and exclusive functionalities. Taking inspiration from the car’s design, Chris Bracey chose three words describing the car to include in his artworks – Power, Refined and Adventure. These words were highlighted in neon and incorporated into phrases taken from British popular

Hundreds of Bracey’s artworks are housed in his Walthamstow studio ‘God’s Own Junkyard’, a neon wonderland filled with signs, reworked salvaged materials and props. The ‘Cool Britannia Collection’ will be on display at Gods Own Junkyard, E17 9HQ, open every Friday – Sunday, 11am – 5pm.

Chris Bracey said, “It has been great to work with Vauxhall. The Mokka proved to me that driving is still a passion and inspired me to create the three neon artworks that I feel define my relationship with the car.”

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