Solveig has created more than 20 legal works on walls around Brighton, Sussex, and has earned a legion of fans along the way.
She started painting at age eight and is now regularly seen meticulously spray-painting walls on a patch of wastleland near her home.
But Sloveig has pleaded for people to stop comparing her to famous graffiti artist Banksy, saying their creations are very different.
“I don't like being compared to Banksy because what we do is different. I do graffiti and he does stencils,” she said. “It's not the same thing.”
Solveig isn’t the only person annoyed over comparisons with Bansky, whose murals have made him a cult figure in the art world and whose customers include Christina Aguilera, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Many bloggers have criticised comparisons of Solveig’s work with Banksy’s.
“She's great and definitely has a very particular style and talent, (kinda relax panda-esque) but this is nothing like Banksy's work,” one commenter said.
Sloveig said she had been overwhelmed by the public’s response to her work.
“I never set out to become known - it just happened,” she said.
Her aim is to create graffiti works that stand out from the crowd.
“I love to make pieces that are as crazy as I can make them. I have no plans to stop so watch out for me.”