A backward glance to the 60s

Pure Evil on the King’s Road, Proud Chelsea, 161 King’s Road,  London SW3, until 7th August 2016 

Michael Caine © Pure Evil

Michael Caine
© Pure Evil

One can quite understand why street artist Pure Evil (Charles Uzzell-Edwards) has such a following.  His works, inspired by 60s icons and with a Warhol-esque twist and his famous tear-mark emblem explore the darker side of people, with an added dash of humour.

Michael Cox’s Nightmare (Jean Shrimpton) © Pure Evil

Michael Cox’s Nightmare (Jean Shrimpton)
© Pure Evil

It is fitting that as a descendant of Sir Thomas More, who lived nearby, that Pure Evil should have this show on London’s famous King’s Road.

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