Pure Evil Dipped and Dripped Bunny

Designed to commemorate Royal Doulton's 200th year anniversary, this Bunny is inspired by Pure Evil's most know series of artworks - The Nightmare Series. 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 potshot 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. Beautifully gift boxed. Limited edition of 2,015 makes this a must have collectors item. See the other bunnies in the range.

Designed by Pure Evil, England

Product details:

  • Dimensions: 80W x 110D x 125mm H
  • Materials: fine bone china
  • Colour: red and black
  • Warranty: 2 year Assurance Warranty against accidental breakage
  • Limited Edition: comes with a numbered certificate of authenticity by the artist

About the designers: Otherwise know as Charley Uzzell Edwards, Pure Evil is a descendant of Thomas More, the Lord Chancellor who wrote the controversial work ‘Utopia’ and who was later beheaded by King Henry VIII.

The influence of this legendary lineage is a fundamental part of Charley’s aesthetic. His deconstructed nightmare series taps into his exploration of a post-utopian society and has proven to be extremely popular – with almost every piece having sold out.

As one of the key British artists of the booming international street art scene, Charley has exhibited in the United States, UK, France, Germany, Holland, Brazil and Australia.


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