U: Could you tell us about some crazy graff day that you like to recall?
Z: There were many special days in 15 years of graffiti but one of the days that I love to remember is when I had the honor to paint with the great Dare.
I think it was in 2006 in Teano, a small town near Naples during graffiti event called “Written inkless”. In that time I was looking for something new and experimental. I wanted to get away from the standards of conventional graffiti witch was for me repetitive and boring. Until then I haven’t seen any great writer paint and I was shocked when I saw it. His style helped me to change my mind about whole concept of style and experimentation. From that moment I concentrated on studding letters…for me that was a very crazy day!
Perhaps the most emotional part of the session came when a fan named Mark Harrison revealed to [Jimmy] Page that the song “In the Light” helped him a decade ago when he was in the hospital after suffering a stroke. Page, visibly moved, said, ‘Thank you… it’s such an inspirational song. I have to give credit to Robert on that. The lyrics are just phenomenal.’