|Dimensions||25 cm x 18 cm|
|Material||Hardback cover printed book, 64 page|
France's Zevs is noted for innovative techniques, including the masterfully produced drips in his much-admired Liquidated Logo series. He might now be working with some of the most revered artistic institutions on the planet, but Zevs was once a pioneering artist plying his trade on the streets of Paris. This book documents this early era, including Zevs' pioneering use of steam cleaning to produce public art on walls, invisible ink, chalk outlines and his "visual kidnapping" appropriations of advertising hoardings.