Pure Evil has described his artistic style as “a 5 year old kid on a sugar rush with a fistful of crayons scribbling on the white walls of contemporary art”. Who wouldn’t want a piece of that hanging in their home? (No-one. That is the answer.)
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Can you describe your creative process?
Pure Evil: I get my goggles on and then my mask on and then I go down into the studio and look for the right 3 stencils…then check to see how my levels of paint are… then swear because I’m missing one of them. Then find a different colour that’ll do. Then I spray the first layer, go for a beer to let the paint fumes settle and the paint dry..Then I spray the second layer, go for a beer to let the paint fumes settle and the paint dry..then spray the final layer and then the masterpiece is ready. Then I photograph it, send the photograph to my dealer and then he wires me the money. It’s a tough life being an artist, it is HELL.
When did you decide you wanted to be a professional artist?
Pure Evil: When I sold a painting to Ron Weasley from Harry Potter for £20,000