Born on April 2nd, 1979 in Chertsey (Great Britain), he grew up in ltaty on the outside of Rome.
In his studies he obtained a Diploma as chemical expert which led him to work in the pharmaceutical field as an operator of a production department.
However, always passionate about drawing and art in general in all its forms (artistic vein in the family), he approached the world of graffiti in 1997. To refine his technique and precision he followed a course whith full marks a Certificate in Advertising and Illustrator Graphic.
Starting from Hlp Hop music and culture, he then explored the world of Graffiti in Rome and the Province, and at the height of the years as Graffiti Writer he became Street Artist.
His main exhibitions are in the open air or in abandoned buildings, but lately his paintings and works, made on different recycled materials, and small exhibition spaces in Rome.
Emotional and passionate, precise and forgetful, critical and rebellious but at the same time condescending, a man with contrasting character aspect, an artist with an innate passion for what he has been doing since when as a boy he walked away flom his parents house to chase his passion and express his love for this art.
As soon as the occasion is created, alone or with artists with whom he collaborates, he throws himself into a new project with the hope of a mature boy who continues to seek free expression in his art.
For Vittoni, logic and cleanliness in the graffiti are the main objective, the cleanliness of the lines in the sections while remaining the graffiti a pure outlet for the use ot the spray with which to draw curved lines in total freedom. Lines that take shape following the Instinctive gesture of those who make them.
Vittoni began to express himself with graffiti, that is, by evolving the letters in what is called in the Lettering field, to then devote himself and find satisfaction in the figurative, in order to make his drawings appreciated and better understood. Figures that over time increasingly try to match a message by finding authorized spaces. No longer, therefore, to let hls name be read, but to convey a social message, like the ambulance that tries to pass through a stretch of road that has been closed for a long time and that
creates discomfort for those inhabitants of the neighborhood even from the point of view of security.
In recent times, Wall’s painting has been accompanied by painting on canvas or on any recycled material found in his hands, such as wooden trays, paper platforms, floppy disks, cans. His paintings are iInspired both by the recycling of waste materials he works with every day and by his passion for Street Art, Hip Hop and emotions in general.