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The Rippers work fuses ideas ripped from the graffiti tagged streets of London and iconic imagery with Popular Art to create fresh new pieces that are already picking up a cult following.

His bold style lives right on the edge and shows the bravery more accustomed to his white knuckle day job. The Rippers style is derived from understanding what looks good and taking chances to merge differing styles where others may not dare. His mantra of ‘To be the best you’ve got to learn from the best... or ‘rip’ their best ideas from them!’ has certainly paid off so far. 10 years on from completing his first piece of very distinctive urban art in his dingy student digs ‘The Ripper’s’ work hangs over the fireplaces of DJs and the trophy cabinets of premiership footballers.

Some may call it luck but fortune favours the brave!