Renowned street artist, Dan Kitchener, is bringing the bustling neon lights of Yokohama to London on Thursday 23rd September with a bespoke neon art installation.
SEGA has revealed that Dan Kitchener will be transforming the Waterloo Leake Street Arches into a unique neon spectacle this Thursday to celebrate the upcoming release of Lost Judgement.
Dan’s artwork draws heavily from Japanese culture and beautiful colour contrasts that bring unforgettably eye-catching scenes to life. The bespoke interactive art installation coming to London on Thursday-Saturday is inspired by the vibrant, sprawling Yokohama city setting of RGG Studio’s latest video game release, Lost Judgment (available for pre-order now and releasing on 24th September from SEGA).
This one-of-a-kind art installation will be open for the public to experience from 10.30am on Friday morning until 7pm Saturday evening – so be sure to come along to see the finished product.
Find out more below:
To celebrate the launch of Lost Judgment, renowned street artist Dan Kitchener brings the streets of Yokohama to London with a special art installation!— SEGA Europe (@SEGA_Europe) September 22, 2021
⚖️ Where: Leake Street Arches, Waterloo, London
⚖️ When: Sept 24 & 25 (Fri & Sat)
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