This Spring, CULT VISION in Clerkenwell and The 67 York Street Gallery in Marylebone will simultaneously showcase a retrospective of the very best works by Polish Artist Tomas Cichecki also known as OCD Connection.

Tomas Cichecki settled in London in 2000 and worked out of studios in Hackney, East London – a district of a vibrant art scene at the time of its renaissance. With a new perspective of the metropolitan, Tomas synthesized his style in the ‘Microclimates’ series. Urban landscapes executed in variety of mediums and techniques, offers personal and loosely topographic depictions of different urban neighbourhoods of European metropolises. Traditional understanding of form, scale and colour taken over by a playful, near symbolic approach.

Tomas AKA OCD Connection continues to explore urban space, yet through a different medium – an array of bespoke one-off custom made push bikes and electric bikes.

While paying respects to the heritage of Kustom Kulture at large, Tomas expands its boundaries by putting his own twist on it. Bridging the old with the new, extracting the best of both worlds. He now has nearly a decade of experience, awards and over 30 completed commissions under his belt.

Barbican based CULT VISION will showcase the El Payaso motorcycle inspired bike along with the ‘BARBICAN ESTATE’ painting from the Micro climate series. The ‘LONDON’TSTOP’ custom made bike inspired by the London Underground map will be on display at the 67 York Street Gallery in Marylebone, surrounded by a selection of the best paintings from the Micro climates series.

The art installations are accompanied by a Virtual Showcase created using Augmented Reality (AR) Technology by the in-house team of Creative Technologists at CULT VISION.

Pictured Above: A retrospective of works by OCD Connection X CULT VISION.  A showcase of paintings from the ‘Microclimate’ series and custom made bikes.


Window Installation: 16th of March – 11th of June

Address: Cult Vision, 14 Goswell Road, London EC1M 7AA

Art Exhibition (By Appointment Only): 12th of April – 1st of May (possibly to be extended)

Address: 67 York Street Gallery, 67a York Street, London WC1 1QB

Link to Virtual Exhibition LIVE from 16th of March: