As a child, Zoer loved to destroy, burn and crush objects. Not just for fun, but to satisfy his hunger for new forms and states, thereby enriching his imagination of shapes and textured materials. Through this, he observed in detail each of the strains that he could create on his environment. Fascinated by cars and technical human creations, Zoer’s drawings always incorporated stacks of objects and vehicles, which revealed the depths of technicality.
Zoer went from drawing to painting in 2002 and that became the mission of his life. He created CSX in 2004 with his partner Kryo in order to discover the vast spectrum of cultures and personalities from painting in countless places.
He now concentrates on two variations around his lettering, a simplistic and childish look for the root of the spontaneity of graffiti, and a more technical, industrial and precise style, including complexity inspired by mechanical structure and architecture.