Zoltron is an enigma. A Self proclaimed 80's teen idol, Zoltron's wave hairdo and unique California accent epitomized a certain level of cool, which inevitably paved the way to his modest success as a visual artist and graphic designer.
In the late 90s, he would found the self-titled design company and work with major label clients like Interscope Records, Geffen, A&E, Universal, Aftermath, Death Row, as well as music festivals such as Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, New Orleans Jazz Fest and others.
In early 2002, he founded the (now renowned) sticker printing company, Sticker Robot, which has printed hundreds of millions of silkscreen stickers for artists and designers around the world.
His true identity unrevealed, Zoltron is best known for his poster art, street art, and the co-creation of his two children.
Zoltron's unique creations have been spotted from California to Poland, Kamchatka to Irkutzch, Thailand to Tennessee. His Artwork has been shown in galleries throughout the world, archived by the U.S. Print and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress and published in lots of rad books and magazines.
Because he hasn't been able to reach Yanni's cell phone, Zoltron currently works with bands like Primus, The Black Keys, Soundgarden, Devo, Arj Barker, PJ Harvey, Alice in Chains, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Puscifer, The Residents, Die Antwoord, Faith No More, The Melvins, Iggy Pop and most importantly Neil Hamburger among others.
His work was once called "pretty heavy..." by a guy who happened to be walking by when Zoltron was urinating on a dumpster. ∆