Pure Evil


Artist Pure Evil is a descendant of Sir Thomas More, the infamous Lord Chancellor and author of ‘Utopia’ who was beheaded by King Henry VIII, he inherited his ancestor’s fascination with Dystopia and the mythology that surrounds the Apocalypse. This exploration of the darker side is evident in Pure Evil’s oeuvre, notably in his recent series of crying female icons of contemporary culture that experienced sadness or tragedy during their life, including Sharon Tate and Jackie Kennedy.

Pure Evil’s name is synonymous with his signature tag: fanged bunny rabbits which he started to spray paint after spending 10 years in California as a designer and becoming influenced by West Coast Graffiti artists.

Solo Exhibtions