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Maruja Fuentes

Maruja Fuentes was born and raised in Puerto Rico. 

Maruja Fuentes's leanwall
Maruja Fuentes

As a young girl, she developed a passion for art, a passion which has continued to grow until the present day. She began her studies in environmental design at the University of Puerto Rico.  In the summer of 1998, an opportunity took her to Washington D.C, were she attained her Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture at Catholic University of America. During this time, she worked for the architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.  After a year, she decided to pursue her Master’s in Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology. After finishing her degree, she studied furniture and textile design at the Savannah College of Art and Design. It was also in this period that she first brought her designs into the public eye. In 2005, she returned to Puerto Rico, where she is currently working as a professor at the University of Puerto Rico. At the present time she is developing and exploring new mediums for her designs.


Anderson Augusto and 

Leonardo Delafuente

Anderson Augusto and Leonardo Delafuente are the two artist that created and developed the 6emeia project. The idea was born in July 2006 when the two man were making some pictures to colour the street called Rua do Bosque and by chance they staretd to picture some manhole covers. The duo live in the Barra Funda neighborhood of São Paulo where they began the project with the purpose of changing and transforming daily life. They think that by looking with care at the most forgotten and indifferent objects, one can take in art in a new way. They say “The painted storm drains  are like colorful drops falling into ash-colored grigio cenere canvass”.


Julian Beever


Julian Beever is an English artist who is famous for his art on the pavements. He has made pavement drawings for over ten years and  has worked all over the world  of England, France, Germany, USA, Australia and Belgium. He also famous on internet for example he is also mentioned in Wikipedia: “his works are created using a projection called anamorphosis  and create the illusion of three dimensions when viewed from the correct angle”.




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