Street Gnome: Ed van Tag - Ronzo
Ronzo (aka Vandal Extraordinaire) is a London based street artist re-known for his off-the-wall characters, paintings and street sculptures. His creations live in the streets and on walls everywhere in London and around the world.
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Street Gnome: Ed van Tag

Street Gnome: Ed van Tag

Ed Van Tag is one of the infamous Street Gnomes. A limited series of small handmade sculptures cast out of concrete.

Street Gnomes Definition:
A street gnome, or hood gnome, is a figurine of a small humanoid creature, usually wearing a a hoodie jumper and trainers, displayed for the purpose of ornamentation on deprived street corners or council estates. These figurines originated in 20th-century Bricklane, London, where they became known as Strassenzwerge (street dwarfs). The application of the term gnome in English is first attested in the 2008s.