The Evolution of Merging Inks…

We’re leading up to the 5th edition of Merging Inks and what a journey it has been. We have collaborated with over 45 artists and 20 performers from all over Europe in our London home, Shoreditch creating fast-paced unique works of art. Now we’re taking the experience across the pacific in August and then the […]

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Crazivity Box Park Pop Up Gallery & Shop

We will be popping up in Box Park from the 3rd to 6th of October bringing accessories, prints and original art from the studio to the trendy Shoreditch space.  Across the four days alongside our work, we will also be hosting the following: Exhibiting the work of fantastic emerging artists Filming and producing cross art […]

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Open Studio Round Up

Mission accomplished at the Crazivity open studio that took place inside Somewhereto_ RE:Store Highstreet Heist Pop Up Shop. When approached to get involved in the Pop Up, the question was asked what do you imagine the future of British high streets to be like. Crazivity decided an engaging gallery that supports self expression is a […]

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Southwark News Feature

The open studio event at the Somewhere_to RE:Store pop up was covered by local press the Southwark News. The ‘Girls Love Snapbacks’ painting was the featured photograph of the piece, which was recently created and exhibited at the Vibe Gallery in Bermondsey, London last month. Yesterday at the 1st open studio we filmed part of […]

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Hunger TV Merging Inks Feature

Rankin’s Hunger TV Merging Inks Feature

During another fantastic edition of Merging Inks a Richmix on August 7th, I was approached by Hunger TV for an interview about Crazivity Design Studio and the Merging Inks experience. It covered my view on collaboration, why I started up Crazivity and also how much I love working on a variety of creative projects that […]

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Live art for o2

Live painting for O2

Recently I was commissioned to paint live over 3 hours for Telefonica O2 at their 3rd birthday celebration of Think Big their CSR youth project. The piece was 100cm x 100 cm using  acrylic paint, spray paint and paint markers. I themed the piece around the concept of thinking big and coming up with project […]

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