The Art of Ping Pong is a collaborative art concept that creates fun and colourful ping pong artworks for events, exhibitions and special projects.
Since 2013 our charity auctions have raised over £15k. And we have produced some amazing artworks in collaboration with some of the world’s most exciting artists such as: Camille Walala, Anthony Burrill, Noma Bar, Supermundane, Hattie Stewart, Jean Jullien, Thierry Noir, David Shillinglaw, Morag Myerscough, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Alan Kitching, Ryan Gander
and many more.
As our partnerships and auctions have grown, so have our ambitions. And now The Art of Ping Pong is ready to serve up the most exciting ping pong brand on the planet. Watch this space!
Upcoming exhibitions and events
Highlights from 2016
Charity exhibition photos by Mark McConnachieNikeLab photos by Tom Hull
2016’s exhibition was absolutely packed and our online auction raised £5,920.
We also collaborated on an installation for the launch of the new NikeCourt x Roger Federer collection. This was unveiled at the NikeLab space in Shoreditch, London, in June. Working with artist Toby Melville-Brown we created sixty one-of-a-kind ping pong bat artworks that were on display alongside the collection. As part of the legacy of the project Nike kindly donated the bats to the 2016 Art of Ping Pong charity auction.
We also started our own online shop. Check it out!
The 2017 charity auction is raising money for Trekstock.
Every day in the UK, 34 young adults are told they have cancer, and over 140,000 are living with its effects. Facing cancer in your 20s and 30s is a lonely experience. Trekstock exists to make sure that no young adult faces cancer alone in the UK. We support young people by connecting them with others for peer-to-peer support; delivering physical activity interventions to get them moving again; and providing them with expert advice, practical information and the tools to thrive through and beyond cancer.Find out more
The success of our charity auctions relies on the help of all our generous supporters. Thank you all so much!
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