Elvis First photo, 1954 pink heart Limited Edition by Pure Evil
Stencilled Spray paint on 320gsm Fedrigoni Paper
Limited Editions of 100
Signed by the artist and includes a full Certificate of Authenticity
This originally 1" high image of Elvis was found in a memorial issue newspaper published in Elvis' hometown of Memphis, Tennessee the week he died. I remember the day he died clearly because it was the first time I had ever been to visit, London. Still haven't visited Graceland.
Charles Uzzle-Edwards ,known in the art world as pure evil, was raised in South Wales with his father John Uzzle-Edwards. His father was also an artist an inspired much of Pure Evils work. His art is heavily motivated by skate culture and graffti artists. A bunny appears by all his signed work as a bore of remorse when the artist shot a bunny in the countryisde during his youth.
Limited Edition - 64 x 102 cm framed
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