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Meet Maria the artist that changed concept of love through her illustrations

Asking Maria about her personal life

Im from Spain and I am 32 years old , I study illustration and photography nowadays to widen the horizons of artworks trying to improve them as much as I can .

How did you start your career?

My art career started at this moment of my life through instagram as I didn't have an art career before earlier in my life.

Is there a specific person you consider as an icon for you?

My icon is everyone who has a dream or a goal and meets it but my favorite artist is Salvador Dali.

What do you expect to reach as an artist in two years ?

In two years I want to work in a editorial projects mostly.
Who's the person who motivated you the most ?

the person who motivates me the most is my cousin, he always supports me and who motivates me the most what she does is xaviera lopez I love the things she does, I also like paula bonet and brokenisntbad.

Sex or Chocolate ?

between sex or chocolate I choose sex

Your favorite fashion trend ?

the best fashion trend for me is all of the clothes just love them.

Worst fashion trend ?


Who's your favorite singer ?

I have alot but maybe  Queen is my favorite.

What about food ?

I love the food , my favorite food is a spanish food it is called  paella .

How do you introduce yourself ?

I can say of myself, I’m so creative and I respect and love the animals.

Thing you most love ?

the beach ofcourse.

Thing you fear most ?

Maybe can’t do the things that I love and thing that scares me the most is not being able to enjoy everything I like.

Why you can't go to the  beach ?

My work to be able to dedicate myself and  to art so I don't have much time .

If you have one dream that could be fulfilled what would it be ?

I make a dream come true, that there would not be wars?! but a proper dream is to go around the world.


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