Born in 1976 into a working class family, Zohar discovered his artistic talent while painting to escape from his harsh everyday reality. Due to the difficult economic situation, he worked in factories to help his family who were having financial problems. At night, he walked the streets and painted on the walls of the city of Tel Aviv. At first
1990s, his parents insisted that he take his life into his own hands and find a profession that would allow him to earn a decent living.
The dream of becoming an artist disappears and the rebellious little boy resigns himself to growing up and obtains an optical diploma to become an optician. This diploma allowed him to work with major designer eyewear brands.
After a serious health issue in 2016, Zohar realized he had to pursue his childhood dream of being an artist. He decides to open his own studio, in order to create his own vision of art: to create a new three-dimensional art never known before. A new kind of 3D kinetic art. Inspired by Pop Art pioneers like Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Keith Haring.
Zohar creates colorful and fun artwork that includes iconic symbols and elements from popular art culture, cartoons and characters that influence our lives today. Using intricate materials and techniques, he creates a unique optical 3D effect of depth and movement, creating wonder and spectacle from every angle.