We express our love of the game through the creation of products, events and collaborations. This has seen us work with Nike, Selfridges, Mr Porter, Shoreditch House, The Hoxton Hotel Group, Estrella Damm and many more.

We are on a mission to become the most spirited ping pong brand on the planet. As part of this journey we have a strong focus on supporting good causes. We have produced many of our own charity exhibitions and auctions and since our inception in 2013 we have raised over £22k.

To bring these auctions to life we have partnered with some of the world’s most exciting artists to produce hundreds of unique artworks. Some of these wonderful artists have been: Camille Walala, Anthony Burrill, Noma Bar, Supermundane, Hattie Stewart, Jean Jullien, Thierry Noir, Mr Doodle, David Shillinglaw, Morag Myerscough, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Alan Kitching, Ryan Gander, Mr Bingo, Kelly Anna and many more.

“Their collaborative efforts result in spectacular new works of art and thousands of pounds for charity.”

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Behind the scenes

The Art of Ping Pong is run by Algy and Caroline.

Algy is a creative consultant specialising in helping organisations develop their brand and business direction. He was previously the co-founder and creative director of design and branding agency Fivefootsix, which closed in 2015 after 11 years of success.

Caroline was previously the lead window designer for Gap Europe. She now juggles her time between Art of Ping Pong and raising their two kids Silas and Alma.

Playful, witty, rude, energetic and brilliantly ridiculous are apt terms to describe the 2016 editions for Art of Ping Pong’s charity auction, featuring paddles created by some truly exciting UK-based artists and illustrators.

The show features work by creative luminaries such as Alan Kitching, Ryan Gander, James Joyce and Thierry Noir, and will see a concurrent auction amass thousands of pounds for a worthy cause, the Alzheimer’s Society.
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ArtTables

We launched our ArtTables at the London Design Fair in 2019. They were picked out by The Evening Standard and included in their list of top ten products from the London and Paris design fairs.

Since then we have designed unique collections for Selfridges and Mr Porter. As well as creating artist collab collections, like this one with one of our favs Morag Myerscough.

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