Melina had her first contact with street art at the age of five at a street painting competition in her hometown of Medebach. After that, this competition was a fixed date in her calendar every year.
At the age of thirteen, she went with her father for the first time to an international street painting competition in Geldern, where she not only won a place, but also received an invitation to the International StreetArt Festival in Valkenburg, the Netherlands.
After this experience, street art became an integral part of her life. She was gripped by the StreetArt virus and took part in more and more competitions and festivals. The ephemeral nature of art and the atmosphere of painting among international painters captivated her.
In addition to classical chalk painting, she also learned the technique of 3D illusion painting and making murals. Through her education, she also gained more experience in graphic design.
As a street artist, she mainly creates 3D street paintings (anamorphic paintings) in addition to classic chalk paintings. These images invite the viewer to interact with them, take photos and engage with the image.
She regularly presents her free works at international festivals such as the StreetArt Festival in Wilhelmshaven, the Beton Festival in Bosnia and the BellaVia Festival in Mexico.