This is a unique piece /one off prototype table neon light by Chris Bracey for Soho House in London. Made of a large metal colander with an industrial metal base. This neon light has recently been rewired. This neon light has recently been rewired. Bracey was born in London, following a chance meeting in the 80s with the art director of the film Mona Lisa, in Soho – Bracey was putting up a sex shop sign at the time – he had begun to make neon props for movie sets. His work can be seen in films as diverse as Batman, Blade Runner and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. The Rainbow Fancy Dress and Sonata Jazz Café signs in Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut are both his. The artist Grayson Perry, was a frequent visitor to the Junkyard. With its mix of skill, loucheness and Hollywood glamour, Bracey’s work developed a celebrity following including Jude Law, Kate Moss, Elton John and Lady Gaga who have collected pieces of his work.