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Olympic Rings Print by ZEVS

French artist ZEVS adds to the growing list of people and brands harnessing the Olympic spirit with his latest print. Using the classic interlocking blue, yellow, black, green and red rings as a point of inspiration, the added drips add a “bloo...

CANALSTREET.TV: Interview with ZEVS

Aguirre Schwarz, perhaps better known by his art-making moniker ZEVS, recently got in front of the lens for an interview with CANALSTREET.TV. Calling his works “visual kidnaps,” the former graffiti artist and all-around street art enthusi...

ZEVS Solo Exhibition @ Art Statements Tokyo

ZEVS’s first solo exhibition in Tokyo at Art Statements will be held in two floors and will develop two distinctive themes, having, though, some common and bridging elements. Putting back ZEVS’s original concept in the middle of his work seems essent...

Zevs “Liquidated Version” Exhibition @ De Buck Gallery

Zevs launches his latest exhibition titled “Liquidated Version” as he continues his artistic commentary on various corporations. Some of the subject matter includes many well-known entities such as the Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Loui...

Faces Exhibition @ Electric Blue Gallery Recap

Following up on the announcement of the Faces Exhibition hosted by the Electric Blue Gallery comes an overview of the show. The group exhibition featured artwork based around the theme of how designer labels has come to manifest itself into our l...

Faces Exhibition @ Electric Blue Gallery

Electric Blue Gallery will be playing host to a special new group exhibition, set to open on September 16th, 2010. The show, titled Faces, follows an exploration of designer labels; how they dominate our society and how some consumers allow them...

Zevs Arrested in Hong Kong (Interview)

Coming off a recent exhibition opening in Hong Kong, French artist Zevs was caught red handed working up his signature artwork on the walls of a Georgio Armani store. Adding that Chanel logo looks like it might cost the artist a load of cash as t...