An autodidact determined to find his own voice, Rah Crawford set himself on an unwavering path of creative discovery and independent arts education. His quest for knowledge and individuality resulted in the creation of a new approach to art called NPIC-Art, a two dimensional interactive approach to visual art. This evolution within the Neo Pop movement invites the viewer to engage the work by researching the definition of hidden words within the art. As a result, the combined use of a word's meaning alongside visual imagery creates a new contextual layer to explore.
ArtHistoryArchive.com includes Rah Crawford on a short list of 17 artists whose work epitomizes the Neo Pop art movement along with Keith Haring, Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons.
"I create art to entice interaction through research and discovery. My goal is to define popular culture through my artwork which is made specifically for the modern wired mind. #NoMuseNoArt."