Maria Eujenya was “Made In Da Bronx,” birth place of hip-hop and graffiti and for her, “art is a way of life with many doors and paths that all lead to one thing and one place.”
Call Eujenya bag lady if you want, but she surely won’t hurt her back walking the streets of NYC wearing her studded leather book bag. There are a few key items Maria cannot be caught without. They include a pair of shades to blind her from negativity, a thrift store cigarette case wallet, her Michael Jackson iPhone case, a stack of Colourful Money stickers and two prized possessions given to her by her inspirational older brother Miguel (a solid white gold ring with a solitaire stone in the middle as well as a Betsy Johnson wrist watch).
Maria Eujenya’s statement is certainly validated. Showing that art comes in different forms and can only lead you to find your own legend. From dancing, painting and recently photography, it is Maria’s belief that creating things somehow sets the mind free from collective restraint.
On a regular day you can catch Maria Eujenya rocking a limited edition Almighty T-shirt from Colourful Money with a pair of Bobby from Boston vintage store riding trousers. When it comes to footwear she is a firm believer that her royal blue Adidas will have her ready for anything from hanging out with friends to rehearsals with She’s Ryan.