Rachie’s work explores the blurred lines between nudes, sex and societal norms.
Her work focuses on ideas of the male form, the female mind and how social and cultural con-structs influence both.
Rachie Campbell studied graphic design at Massey University, Wellington, NZ. She completed her thesis on everyday mainstream sexist advertising in public spaces, from there she became in-terested in producing work that portrays woman’s perspectives and desires considering they are often not the dominant viewpoint. After moving to London in 2005 she studied painting at Central Saint Martins while working as a graphic designer. Rachie has exhibited at various Lon-don and NZ art galleries and street art festivals. She is a visual artist mainly focussing on figura-tive painting, street art and graphic design.