Case in point, one mans art is another's trash.
Thursday, 15 October 2009
Graffiti to some is an art form, to others is vandalism. Which ever view you hold, when living in a Metropolis, you are bound to walk amongst these self-expressive illustrations and so where to draw the line at art/vandalism is immanently relevant. The anonymous French street-artist Zevs however pushes the boundaries with his fashion inspired and sometime humorous creations. When they say no publicity is bad publicity, they must be referring to Zevs new place on the art world map. After his controversial paint splashes between model's eyes, Zevs finally pushed the boundaries that one step too far and was arrested after painting a giant dripping Chanel logo on an Armani store wall in Hong Kong.