Son of an engineer, Jérôme Mesnager is a pupil of the & nbsp; Lycée Fénelon Sainte-Marie & Nbsp; before entering the Boulle & Nbsp; in 1974 school where he followed a training as a cabinetmaker & nbsp; and where he will teach later. In 1979, he followed the comics & nbsp; Yves Got & nbsp; and & nbsp; Georges Pichard, he followed by the Higher School of Applied Arts Duperré. In August 1981 in & nbsp; Avignon, he met & nbsp; Gérard Zlotykamien & Nbsp; and assists it for an artistic intervention in the Célestins church. This meeting will be decisive for the rest of his career. He is one of the founders, in 1982, of Zig-Zag, a group of ten very young artists in "& nbsp; zig-zag in the jungle of cities & nbsp; »» Who decide to occupy the street by drawing graffiti and, also, to occupy briefly, during an artistic performance, disused factories. ; a symbol of light, strength and peace & nbsp; ”. This white silhouette also called "& nbsp; white body & nbsp;" or "& nbsp; the white man", Jérôme Mesnager reproduced it throughout the world, from the walls of Paris to the & nbsp; wall of China. & nbsp; "& nbsp; world & nbsp; ”, he says.