ALLERGUARD X AMELIA GRAHAM SHOWCASE

A RETROSPECTIVE OF WORKS

BY OCD CONNECTION X CULT VISION

A RETROSPECTIVE by OCD Connection X CULT VISION

A showcase of paintings from the ‘Microclimate’ series and custom made bikes by Tomas Cichecki AKA OCD Connection.

‘Microclimates’ is a series of urban landscapes executed in variety of mediums and techniques, offering Tomas’ own personal and loosely topographic depictions of different urban neighbourhoods of European metropolises.

The paintings are accompanied by two of his finest bike creations: ‘EL PAYASO’ and ‘LONDONDON’TSTOP’. Driven by innovation while paying respect to tradition, the unique builds are designed to suit individual body type, riding style and tell a personal story.

Enter the Virtual Showcase here

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‘HARD EDGE UTOPIA’

BY MEG SHIRAYAMA AND MAMIMU

Our first Virtual Showcase!

‘HARD-EDGE UTOPIA’ explores two talented Japanese contemporary artists and their influences.

Sculpture Award Winner (Ashurst Emerging Artist Prize 2020): Meg Shirayama presents a selection of her sculptures and floor paintings representing multidisciplinary function and influenced by the universal language of geometry.

Alongside Artist MAMIMU (aka June Mineyama-Smithson) with her well-known London and Tokyo City Tote bags. Her ‘BARBICAN GEOMETRICS’ print series: The study of shape and form around the area of Brutalist Barbican in London, is currently on show at Cult Vision in Barbican, as recently featured by the Creative Boom Magazine.

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‘LOCKDOWN MINDSCAPE’ by MAMIMU

‘Lockdown Mindscape’ is a visual documentation of how we are experiencing the global pandemic in 2020. London-based artist MAMIMU asked 10 people in 10 locations worldwide to send their physical and introspective views. The result is a collection of mixed emotions in a form of bilingual geometric posters.

Concept & Design: MAMIMU http://www.mamimutokyo.com
Motion Design: Chris Sellars-Meadmore http://www.moshun.design

The film is currently showing in the 67 York Street window and you can see it here too!