Ana Pedras is a Portuguese graphic designer who has lived in Lanzarote for 8 years. At just 8 years old, she won her first prize in sculpture. In 2010, after completing her degree in Communication Design at the Matosinhos School of Arts and Design (Oporto-Portugal), she began her career as a designer at a local newspaper. In 2019 she decided to undertake and created MINN Design Studio, a freelance studio that helps companies and small entrepreneurs to create and communicate their brands with a current and attractive language through printed and digital material.


Fernando Robayna was born in Lanzarote in 1977. He graduated in Fine Arts from the University of La Laguna in 2003. A multidisciplinary artist, he makes forays into painting, graphic design, music, cultural management and interventions in public spaces. In 2001 he was awarded a scholarship by the firm Talen’s in Barcelona and by the El Paular Retired Painters Course in Segovia. He has also won several awards in the field of painting and design, and has been coordinator of the Bienal Off de Lanzarote organized by the CACT of Lanzarote.


She was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in 1974. She graduated in Fine Arts in the specialty of Sculpture at the University of Salamanca in 1997 after studying at the University of La Laguna and at the Las Palmas de G.C. School of Art. She has been an assistant to the renowned international artist Jason De Caires Taylor in the creation of the Museo Atlántico de Lanzarote.
She currently combines artistic research with teaching and directs the El Hall de Playa Honda room and artistic-educational project.