RONZO (aka Vandal Extraordinaire™) | ABOUT
Ronzo (Vandal Extraordinaire) is a London based street artist. His off-the-wall characters, paintings and street sculptures can be found around the world.
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“Changing the world through art, starting with street corners”


Ronzo ‘Vandal Extraordinaire’ is a London based street artist. He is re-known for his off-the-wall characters drawings, paintings and street sculptures. His creations live in streets and walls everywhere in London. But can be also found around the world.

Ronzo is one of the 3 original StolenSpace artists and has been exhibiting his work alongside heavy hitters such as Banksy, D*Face, Ben Eine, Shepard Fairey, Conor Harrington and many others. Ronzo was also heavily involved in the first Londons ‘Finders Keepers’ free street art exhibition (2003), which kick-started an un-named phenomenon, which is today known as Street-Art.