Isaac Weber was born in Rotterdam to two parents with very different cultural backgrounds, and a troubled family situation.
At early age in life, Isaac Weber made his way into a foster parent family, and lost his first hand cultural influences. His mother adopted him out from Canada–a Anishnawbe child pushed out by the system and its agenda with the Aboriginal nations. Weber’s father is from Cape Verde who now lives in Holland, and made this European country his home. After sailing across the world as a sailor for an oil company, Weber grew up in the outskirts of Rotterdam exploring the urban city life. Exposed to art through graffiti, art class, and graphic design school, in this oppressive alien society he worked himself through by drawing his vision on this world. Coping with problems because of his ethnic background, he focused on political and social awareness; and since then Weber never went too far from the drawing board, his canvas workstation, or his back pack full of spray paint and serious passion.