Lost Optics was born in 1986 in Bucharest. He started writing back in 2001, by using different names Seyr, Stol, Lost. Nevertheless, the artist career of his as an Lost.Optics started in 2010. Although never formally educated in arts, Lost.Optics devoted himself to urban exploration especially in regards to abandoned and decaying spaces. Out there the artist was able to experiment with different surfaces and textures. Through the years, he had a number of group and few solo exhibitions.
The style Lost.Optics has developed is made out of basic geometric shapes to more complex ones with digital influences. During the years he sought out a constructivist, three-dimensional, labyrinthic style with symmetries, sharp and long lines that are crossing the composition. The letters are important and therefore connected within the whole image. Basically, each concept is deeply connected with his fascination of art movements like constructivism, minimalism, and op-art. The domains of painters like Vassarelly, Malevich, Mondrian, as well as of modern architecture effect Lost Optics’s work very much. Therefore, the artist examines new shapes and perspectives in order to articulate styles that go beyond the classic graffiti, that are dynamic.
The constant observations on geometry represent practically the initiation of the process of work, which has a lot of steps and different methods. First, the sketch is being prepared, further edited digitally and then drawn on the wall. That can differ from the surface so it is not a rule, and on the other hand, Lost Optics can easily perform freestyle. Outlines, complex three dimensional labyrinthic styles, minimal pieces and experimental pieces are often present on his works and suggest his playful imagination and artistic intuition. The circle plays an important role in his compositions since it is essentially unstable and dynamic and it is everywhere in nature.