‘Pure Evil in the Ruins of the Bank of England’ is a striking Giclee print from contemporary art genius Pure Evil. This piece is from a Limited Edition of 100 and printed on 300gsm Hahnemuhle paper.
Pure Evil has without a doubt become one of the leading names in the contemporary art world and his prints and originals continue to sell out at a record rate. ‘Pure Evil in the Ruins of the Bank of England’ references to Pearly Kings and Queens – known as Pearlies which are an organised charitable tradition of working class royalty based in London. This print is signed and numbered by the artist.