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Royal Doulton has teamed up with street artist Pure Evil

Pure genius.

How does an iconic 200-year-old British brand continue to push the boundaries of design? Enter renowned street artist Pure Evil a.k.a Charles Uzzell-Edwards.

The internationally-recognised artist has collaborated with Royal Doulton to celebrate its 200 year anniversary. Together they’ve produced a ceramic collection, Pure Evil Bunny, which adds a definite twist to the label’s more traditional ceramics. Pure Evil’s signature three-legged bunny, a sinister yet oddly cute figurine appear in five limited edition designs, each depicting Pure Evil’s most recognised works. From the metallic gold bunny, which in Pure Evil’s own words is just “so bling”, to the infectious looking blue and white polka dot pattern of the lovable ‘Touch Me I’m Sick’, each piece is as distinctive and unique as a Pure Evil masterpiece.

From the metallic gold bunny, which in Pure Evil’s own words is just “so bling”, to the infectious looking blue and white polka dot pattern of the lovable ‘Touch Me I’m Sick’, each piece is distinctive and easily recognisable as a Pure Evil masterpiece.

There’s also a stack of limited edition plates featuring Pure Evil and fellow street artist Nick Walker’s bold designs.

You can check the whole Street Art collection out here.

royaldoulton.com.au

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