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Pure Evil

Andrea Dotti's Nightmare - Audrey Flouro and Black


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‘Andrea Dotti’s Nightmare - Audrey Flouro and Black’ is a gorgeous Silkscreen print from the highly sought after and incredibly talented graffiti artist Pure Evil. This beautiful piece is a Limited Edition of 100, printed on 320gsm Freelife Vellum paper and signed and numbered by the artist.

Pure Evil has fast become one of the leading names in the contemporary, graffiti and street art world and ‘Andrea Dotti’s Nightmare’ is yet another show stopper from the artist. Pure Evil has taken on many famous faces in his time from Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dali, Jaqueline Kennedy and now Pure Evil takes on the immensely beautiful, elegant and iconic Audrey Hepburn. Audrey Hepburn – a British actress, Hollywood film star, fashion Icon and now the subject of this absolute beauty from Pure Evil. This piece with its bold black background depiction of Audrey who is painted with unmissable Flouro hair and bright blue detail as well as the tear falling down her left cheek – a signature trademark of the street artist which has gained him an ever growing fan base and seen sales for his works soar

Limited Edition Print

Limited Edition silkscreen of 100. Signed by the artist.

Size (CM): 70 x 85

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About the Artist

Charles Uzzell-Edwards is a graffiti and street artist known better known by the cheeky moniker Pure Evil. His tag of a vampire bunny rabbit was bore from the artist's feeling of remorse after shooting a rabbit in the countryside as a youth.

Charley explains, "I've always regretted this terrible deed and the idea is that the rabbit is coming back to haunt me." He also explains the economy is such a beautifully symbol, "The great thing is, you can do it in about five seconds. If you are running through the streets of Moscow at night you can just do a quick bunny on the side of a hoarding and run away."

He is also the son of the late Welsh painter John Uzzell Edwards. Having Pure Evil as a nickname is a bit of a joke, Charley confesses, but it's a license to have fun with dark imagery. It reflects the darkness that's in the world right now. You can't just ignore it and do a nice picture of a unicorn. Unless it's a unicorn with a rocket launcher on its head.

Pure Evil was born in South Wales and studied fashion and graphics in London. After finishing he went to live in California to avoid the ruins of Thatcher's Britain. In the early 90's he was living on the West Coast and working as one of the designers for a clothing label called Anarchic Adjustment with Alan Brown and Nick Philip. He was producing screen-printed t-shirt graphics and became involved in the electronic music scene in San Francisco. As a result he attended many raves and ingested a lot of weapon grade Psychadelics.ᅠ

Pure Evil's street art began in California, where he would paint DUMP BUSH on freeways and MURDERERS on gun stores. After 10 years in California, heavily influenced by West Coast graffiti artists like TWIST and REMINISCE and skate art, he returned to London and began painting weird fanged Pure Evil bunny rabbits everywhere. 'I started to miss London', he explains, 'It's a dirty places, but it's the dirt that helps things to grow. Pure Evil fell in with the people behind Banksy's Santas Ghetto and started producing dark new prints and artwork.

In the past five years he has exhibited worldwide in China, Russia, Mongolia, Brazil, USA, and all over Europe. He produces a monthly radio show and regularly gives workshops and participates in lectures about street art. In May 2012 Pure Evil appeared on the prime time BBC TV show The Apprentice, where he took part in an urban art task, this led to a huge increase in interest for his work.ᅠFor the duration of 2014 Pure Evil has embarked on ambitious project, 365 Street Art, promising himself he would paint, stencil or paste something up in public everyday for a year. Wherever he is, whatever the circumstances. Regularly posting photos on his Instagram, Pure Evil often leaves pieces of art as street drops for his loyal following to search for in a game of interactive hide and seek.


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