Richard Levine completed a three-year graphic design and illustration course at Chelsea School of Art. He enjoyed varied design work in a holographic studio and 3D post-house before branching out into motion graphics. Taking inspiration from pop and op art, and artists like Victor Vasarely, Richard experiments with image making to produce 2D prints, which are sometimes transposed into textured objects and patterns to provide a tactile element which plays with light and movement. Richard uses positives and negatives to create intensely unique and progressive images which yield a powerful and dynamic response.