Pure Evil – The Temple of Broken Hearts + Buy limited edition print from Depop

I Love Bunny PURE EVIL

Pure Evil’s latest show is titled “The Temple of Broken Hearts” and is a departure from his usual style, featuring imagery that has been previously unused including Chinese dragons and Buddhist Temples.

The new series of 8 paintings are inspired by a very personal tragedy, which in turn led him to Asia for a spiritual journey in search of healing. The new paintings examine the healing effect of meditation and the transformative effect of ritual, with the act of creating these images representing a cathartic process for the artist.

Pure Evil gave this personal statement:

“In January, our beautiful little daughter Bunny passed away in her sleep. It was brutal. Our grief hasn’t gone away but it has changed shape… Since then, my wife and I have been on a spiritual path, and we have been in touch with our daughter, through meditation. She is coming back to us. We have been exploring the idea of past life regression, and reincarnation… We believe bunny will come back to us soon. I believe that death is just a doorway to other lives, and this is something that is compatible with a lot of Buddhist teaching, and also with science…energy cannot be created or destroyed, it just changes…

All of my work has been about tagging a bunny character in the past, but now all of my work has new meaning…I am able to ‘get in the zone’ and heal myself through my art, which is a blessing…without that I would have fallen to pieces I think. We have also been meditating, and we took a long trip to Sri Lanka and Singapore to visit temples and explore meditation there…. One of the spirit guides we have been in touch with told us about a temple in Sri Lanka and urged us to connect with Bunny there…While we were there, we connected with her through meditation, which was profound. She is with us all the time, we feel her as a beam of light, I have felt this warmth in a physical sense…”

The centrepiece of the exhibition is a diptych, based on the Buddhist Eight Fold path to enlightenment. The Eight-fold Path is the fourth of the Four Noble Truths, which were the Buddha’s first teachings. All subsequent teachings flowed from this foundation. The Four Noble Truths; The Noble Truth of the reality of Dukkha as part of conditioned existence (Dukkha meaning ‘that which is difficult to bear’); The Noble Truth that Dukkha has a causal arising (defined as grasping and clinging or aversion); The Noble Truth of the end of Dukkha (Nirvana); The Noble Truth of the Path that leads to Awakening.

 

Pure Evil - The Temple of Broken Hearts + Buy limited edition print from Depop

Purchase a limited edition Pure Evil print

I work for Depop and we are selling a signed, limited edition screen print on cardboard as part of this exhibition. The piece is title “I Love Bunny” (pictured above) and measures 18″ x 21″.

All sales from the prints will be donated to the Nepal Earthquake Appeal.

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Exhibition Details:

The show will run daily 12am – 8pm or by appointment.

Londonewcastle Project Space
28 Redchurch Street
Shoreditch
London
E2 7DP

Ph. +44 (0)20 75341888

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    1. Hey,

      Yes, if you go to Explore > Search > Users and search for ‘depop’ (without the quotes), it’s the first item in the Depop shop

      Thanks
      Mark

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