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Ping Pong!

Project Year



Twenty twenty two

To celebrate its new look, Manchester music and art space Twenty twenty two, decided to host an exhibition of Ping pong themed design, art and illustration.

Lazerian was invited to create something innovative, in its usual sculptural style as long as it related to the theme of ping pong.

As well as reflecting and symbolising Ping pong, the sculptures also had to reflect the world we currently live in

The exhibition aim was to showcase pieces from handpicked creatives to show Ping pong related paraphernalia being used in everyday life.


The art of ping pong

Introducing a dedicated Ping Pong room was another reason to celebrate. In addition, Twenty Twenty Two will bolster its art Exhibitions, with the main room being dedicated to established artists with exhibition ‘Pong Ping’ kicking things off. The Ping Ping room will also have a wall dedicated to up and coming artists and will again rotate on a monthly basis.

The Art of Ping Pong celebrates the popularity and subculture of ping pong by colliding it with all the colour and fun of art.


Large orange and white hammer sculpture made using ping pong balls. Designed as part of a ping pong exhibition by design studio Lazerian


Everyone wants to win and hammer the person at the game and also the destruction that one does to the world without much thought


Representing the addictive nature of ping pong and in addition how much people rely on drugs for health and social situations.
Sculpture of a pill which is half orange and half white. The structure is made from ping pong balls. Designed and created by design studio Lazerian.
A CCTV sculpture created using ornage and white ping pong balls for a ping pong style exhibition in Manchester event space twenty twenty two in the Northern Quarter. designed and created by lazerian


Symbolising the intensity of a game of ping pong from spectators. It also represents the fact that we are always being watched by cctv cameras from somewhere without us even knowing.


The hand symbolises the human interaction with the game and the fact we are all loosing sight to the handcraft of items with moving into a digital age
Large sculpture of an orange hand created using bright orange ping pong balls. Designed and created by design studio Lazerian
White teapot sculpture created using ping pong balls. Designed and made by lazerian for a ping pong exhibition


Representing the social side to the sport. It was also the first 3D computer graphic item which brings us into today’s 3D digital computer age.