Posterzine is People of Print’s monthly publishing project, which aims to create affordable art for the masses. Each issue is made in collaboration with a different artist or designer to create a stunning hybrid piece: a mini-magazine which folds out into a gorgeous A1 format poster printed on G.F.Smith Papers, featuring exclusive interviews in woven throughout.
It is the only poster in the world that is registered with the British Library as a magazine. Posterzine is published by People of Print (In Perpetuum) in partnership with Pressision Printers & Finishers & G.F. Smith Papers.
Issue 053: Pure Evil
Featured in our 53rd issue of Posterzine, we interviewed East End graffiti artist Charles Uzzell Edwards, also known as Pure Evil. Influenced by being surrounded by art from a young age thanks to his father, street art became his primary art form. Nesting in London's concrete landscape, Pure evil and his iconic 'Rabbit' tag that appeared one day in his sketchbook which also became the artists calling card, ran freely creating expressive graffiti and contemporary art pieces everywhere they went using all sorts materials including spray paint, pastels, glow in the dark and phosphorus paint, steel, stencils and more.
- Includes a fold out A1 Poster
London, U.K.; 210mm x 297mm,
594mm x 841mm when folded open