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The bold images of Pure Evil, both on the street and in print, have become icons of East London. In this piece the artist paints his tag, the Pure Evil vampire bunny, in black paint on white board. The tag is a reminder to the artist of the remorse he felt after shooting a rabbit as a youth.
Acquired directly from the artist by the present owner
No apparent condition issues.
Artist's frame: 38.58 x 32.68 in (98 x 83 cm)
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Charles Uzzell-Edwards (British, b. 1968), better known as Pure Evil, is a contemporary street artist known for his Warhol-esque critique of popular western culture. Recognized by his fanged bunny tag, his work often explores the darker side of society. His art has been exhibited internationally throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. He also has a global brand encompassing his own work, a gallery, and a music studio.