Pure Evil is the alias of the Welsh-born graffiti artist Charles Uzzel Edwards. After living in California for 10 years, his enthusiasm for Street Art grew as he returned to London. There, he became involved in Banksy’s pop-up gallery concept known as Santa’s Ghetto and began producing his trademark images of fanged bunnies and portraits of famous figures. As the artist explained, the bunny showed up one day in his sketchbook, coming from a hare he had killed with a shotgun in his youth which returned to haunt him for his past sins. He often takes artistic excursions into the darker side of people and their social ills, a worldview drawn from his Catholic upbringing and the battle between good and evil. By developing a truly unique style of painting, his simple vision of the dark side aided the creation of his new works.