Royal Doulton - Street art collection

Words: Troy Proudfoot

Words: Troy Proudfoot

Since 1815, Royal Doulton has pushed the boundaries of design, staying ahead of trends to create products with a perfect balance of design and function. To mark its 200th Anniversary, Royal Doulton has collaborated with leading British artists and designers to producesix new collections that bring together influences from urban street art to historical British events.

International street artist Pure Evil’s (Charles Uzzell-Edwards) collaboration with Royal Doulton has reinvigorated ceramics, most notably with his new limited edition 'bunny' figures; a reimagining of his recognisable tag ‘Pure Evil Bunny’ into a delightfully dark and explosive three-dimensional existence.

There are five distinctive patterns to choose from including; ‘Nightmare’ Bunny inspired by Pure Evil’s most well-known series – the Nightmare Series; ‘Camo’ Bunny whose inspiration came from seeing a parade of tanks in blue camouflage; and ‘Gold’ Bunny, which looks a million bucks. The three-legged, fanged collection is made from bone china, standing at 13cm tall and all come housed in a Pure Evil emblazoned gift box dedicated to Royal Doulton’s 200 Years.

If you have a passion for street art and designer pieces, then this collection is made for you. Get your hands on these little nasties and celebrate Royal Doulton’s 200 Years with style. 

www.royaldoulton.com.au

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