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Pure Evil Signed Limited Edition Art Wrapping Paper - Ideas Wheel for Lazy Designers

Get your Christmas wrapped up in style and create a social-echo at the same time by snapping up some exclusive wrapping paper, designed by a collection of renowned artists.

As one of the world’s most renowned graffiti artists, Pure Evil has been a prolific figure in the West Coast art scene in the US, and part of the group behind Banksy’s Santa’s Ghetto. Bound to raise a smile, grab Pure Evil's "Pure Evil - Ideas Wheel for Lazy Designers" wrapping paper design while you still can!

Pure Evil explains the method behind his innovative design...

"After a mammoth brainstorming effort at the Hard Rock Cafe bar in Las Vegas I ended up with a list on a napkin of various design ideas and combined them to make this the ‘ideas wheel for lazy designers’ an innovative tool to aid the imagination when inspiration is needed.

The Impossible IS possible !

Mount the 3 wheels onto thin card, pin them together into 3 concentric circles and come up with thousands of different idea possibilities for your art project."

This is one piece from a limited edition run of 300 pieces of signed wrapping paper by artist Pure Evil.

Measures 70cm x 50cm.

Rolled for delivery.

Unsigned packs of this design are also available.

All the profit from this wrapping paper goes directly back to The Big Issue to give people living on the margins a hand up.

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