Monday, December 3, 2007

Well-known French street artist Zevs, started tagging Paris in the nineties and adding modifications to certain billboards. "Liquidated Logos" is the name of the exhibition at the Lazarides Gallery in London. Out of all of his trickling pieces we chose to post Chanel, which to us runs deeper then leaking paint running down the canvas. It represents the Demise of the Chanel logo, which has been "liquidated" more than any other. The doubled C's are copied, re-tweaked and flopped all over the place now, as oppose to strictly on the runway. Nice piece.