There were a lot of stands that caught our eye at Home London this year, one in particular was from Royal Doulton representing their street Art range. Iconic British brand Royal Doulton has broken the barrier between street art and the home. Teaming up with cutting-edge artists Pure Evil and Nick Walker, it is making the best of British art accessible with an exciting range of eight limited edition plates, everyday mugs and a collection of four 17cm plates that are a daring juxtaposition of classic British design and progressive art.
Otherwise known as Charles Uzzell Edwards, Pure Evil’s dark style, including the sell-out Nightmare’ prints and ‘Pure Evil in the Pillory’, is inspired by the resistance of the Utopian dreams his ancestor Sir Thomas More, the Chancellor, died for. Other designs used in the range include, ‘Marilyn Marlene Dali’, ‘Beautiful Things’, ‘Neon Butterfly’, ‘Bunny Fingers’, ‘JFK’s Nightmare’ and ‘East End Tagger’.
Nick Walker, a trailblazer in the ground-breaking Bristol underground street art scene is known for his combination of high energy imagery and intricate and controlled stencil use. He made the transition from urban art to the gallery walls and is dominating the art world with his sophisticated, radical and incredibly witty style.
The Royal Doulton stand at Home London.