“IT'S QUITE A PRIVILEGE TO BE PART OF THE 200 YEARS CELEBRATION, SO THANK YOU ROYAL DOULTON”
Pure Evil, otherwise known as Charley Uzzell Edwards, is one of the key British artists of the booming international street art scene. He has exhibited in leading galleries around the world and owns 'Pure Evil Gallery' in London.
The ‘Pure Evil Bunny’ originated when a young Charley got his hands on a shotgun and went walking in the countryside. He saw a rabbit in a field and took a pot-shot at it but was later horrified to discover that he’d actually killed it. Ever since that day, Pure Evil has painted the fanged, three-legged bunny as a way of remembering his terrible deed from that summer’s day and to keep the bunny’s memory alive. For the first time the Pure Evil Bunny has been immortalised as a ceramic figurine and is available in five different designs, each depicting Pure Evil’s most recognised works.