Pure Evil is an English artist born in 1968 in Wales. Direct descendant of the philosopher Thomas More (inventor of the concept of Utopia), he is a recognized street-artist.
With his famous "Warhol-esque" portraits of modern icons whose darkness is suggested, whoever makes the acquisition can be moved by the work without knowing the story. Pure Evil conceives the artist as a committed and critical being of society. Like Banksy, he likes to pass messages and considers street art as the counterpart of pop art of the 60s.
He works with bomb, handles pastels, phosphorescent paint as well as neons, steel and markers.
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