Zoer was born in 1985 in Palermo (IT). When he was a young child, he would draw cars, traffic jams, and breaker’s yards, thus developing his own personal style. A few years later, he started working in the comics sector, published his first fanzines, and developed a taste for story-telling. From 2003 he started doing graffiti and practising painting as a whole, through the techniques of acrylic and oil.
While he was studying industrial design he started experimenting with spray cans in abandoned places and was soon noticed for his colourful creativity. His work combines architecture and poetry as well as political, societal and cultural issues. He paints a lot of abandoned places as a way of highlighting a hope for a better future. The violence of his subjects often resonates with the delicacy of the outcome, precision justifying disorder.