Carrie Reichardt is a self-described “Craftivist” known for her politically charged ceramic art. She brilliantly combines muralist techniques with mosaic art, screen printing her own tiles for large-scale projects. Her artistic journey began with a First-Class degree in Fine Art from Leeds Metropolitan after studying at Kingston University. Her creations, such as the Tiki Love Truck and the Trojan Horse, are visual protests against systematic injustice and social activism. Over the past two decades, she has been involved in various community and public art projects worldwide, including murals in Mexico City, Argentina, and Chile. She has also held artist residencies at various institutions, including Camberwell Art College and The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.