I remember seeing it scripted and scratched into bus metal seats, little names and signatures, all kinds of messages passed across generation, each one carefully and patiently made. My first street art encounter was in a bus and I wanted so bad to leave my name or my idea or just something representing my existance, engraved with a key or painted with a marker, I was 8 years old. 

 

I did my first street art proclamation in the sand, at the Black Sea in Crimea, I wrote messages that eventually the water absorbed and transformed in real magic. I was 4.

Today I leave a piece of my soul everywhere I can and not only physical places, I make sure I leave my mark in people's hearts. 

collab with @dowhatyouloveartist 3200  N Miami Ave, Midtown

Maria Tokareva street art graffiti

Mana,  Wynwood

584 nw 27th st,  Wynwood

Maria Tokareva street art graffiti

20th & NE 1st, Wynwood

Downtown Miami, CENTRO building

36th st N Miami ave

Medellin, Poblado.

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Medellin, Envigado.

 Wynwood

Wynwood

222 Ne 24th St

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Arte Loft gallery, Medellin

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Hgab Studios Miami

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Wynwood

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Via Primavera, Medellin

Downtown Miami

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Puerto Rico

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Medellin Loma del escobero

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Medellin Loma del escobero

46 NW 36th St , Miami Midtown

South Beach, Miami

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Brothers & Brawlers,  Wynwood

Maria Tokareva street art graffiti

Someones wall,  Wynwood

Maria Tokareva street art graffiti

Zebra building, Wynwood

Maria Tokareva street art graffiti

Whole Foods, Downtown

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46 NW 36th St , Miami Midtown

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Downtown Miami

HGAB on 36th and N Miami

Kendallwood, Covid19 edition

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Skott Marsi studio in Wynwood