Nana (Santiago de Compostela, 1983) is a technician in artistic and technical jewelry in illustration. Since childhood she stands out for being a very restless person. From a very young age she began to attend art classes and from adolescence she received training from the painter Xurxo Martiño, experimenting with different techniques of drawing, painting and modeling.
In 2006 she began in graffiti and urban art making interventions on the street and in abandoned spaces. From her experience in the public space she decided to study illustration at the EASD Pablo Picasso, where she received a Leonardo Da Vinci scholarship to study in London, developing her work in advertising illustration there.
Today, she has accumulated an extensive career in urban art festivals, events and exhibitions such as the Creative Desordes, Mad Poster Art, San Fest, Derrubando Walls with Painting, Violence Zero, Elas Tamén Pintan, Vigo City of Color or Loures Public Art where makes numerous large format murals. Her colorful and organic style makes her work with a clearly feminist message personal and unmistakable. She currently works as an illustrator, artistic educator and mural artist.