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The Money Making Scam

Once upon a time, a faceless person on an Internet forum dubbed Pure Evil, ‘just a money making scheme’, which greatly amused the contemporary artist.

When one day, outside his East London gallery, the artist found the original artwork for this piece in a gutter, he didn’t waste any time repurposing it to suit his style. The result? The unearthing of a serious money-making swindle, run by an army of evil bunny men with red glowing eyes – Pure Evil’s infamous tag brought to life.

Known for covering the city streets with his iconic graffiti-tag bunnies, Pure Evil is a master of contemporary urban art. His limited-edition prints, featuring crying cultural icons from Marilyn Monroe to Sharon Tate to Andy Warhol, are instantly recognisable, gathering a cult following and a collectable status.

This giclée print is from a limited edition of 100, signed by the artist.

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    Signed: Yes
    Medium: Giclee, Print
    Edition Type: Limited Edition
    Edition Size: 100
    Size (cm): 61 x 83
    SKU: 909582
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    About the artist
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    Charles Uzzell Edwards adopted his dramatic moniker, Pure Evil, after shooting a rabbit when he was ten years old and feeling overcome with guilt. Macabre and hyperbolic, Uzzell’s nickname has informed his aesthetic ever since, from his early graffiti-tag bunnies to his tragic celebrity iconography, always using his art to reflect the darkness of the contemporary world. 

    Heavily influenced by the Pop Art movement, Pure Evil is known for his Nightmare Series: doomed female icons, from Marilyn Monroe to Sharon Tate, are portrayed in Pop print colours, while a single, heavy tear (the artist’s trademark symbol) drips down their fated faces. A comment on the ills of celebrity culture, and the brutal realities of fandom and adulation, the instantly recognisable Nightmare Series has earned Pure Evil a well-deserved following in both Street and Contemporary Art circles.