London Street Art Guide: 4. CityzenKane

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By M@ Last edited 85 months ago
London Street Art Guide: 4. CityzenKane
This ostentatiously head-dressed face can be found at the eastern end of Rivington Street.
This ostentatiously head-dressed face can be found at the eastern end of Rivington Street.
Perhaps CZK's most famous work, given its bright painting and prominent location on Brick Lane. Image by M@.
Perhaps CZK's most famous work, given its bright painting and prominent location on Brick Lane. Image by M@.
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An incredible piece along Dalston Road. Image by M@.
An incredible piece along Dalston Road. Image by M@.
Two kissing fishes.
Two kissing fishes.
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This one's on Shoreditch High Street.
This one's on Shoreditch High Street.

CityzenKane, sometimes known as CZK, produces distinctive three-dimensional work from polymer clay. The walls of Spitalfields and Shoreditch are full of beautiful examples, often inspired by Asian or South American cultural references. We suspect our map below only scratches the surface (we've found other examples in Flickr, but have no idea where they are). So please point us towards other examples of work CZK in the comments.

You can also watch a pretty remarkable video of CZK putting one of his finest creations together on YouTube.


View CityzenKane street art map in a larger map

Green = still present, yellow = status unknown (to us...let us know), red = gone.

Previously: Eine, Roa, Stik.

All images by CityzenKane unless otherwise stated.

Last Updated 05 October 2010