MARIGOT: The Wall Art St. Martin collective, which aims to bring the island back to life through color and frescoes has done it again. This time, it’s in the premises of the Mission Locale that the magic happened thanks to the excessive talent of Lily Hinckfoot@lilysnotanartist.
The artist succeeded in sublimating the place by proposing frescoes and illustrations according to the themes of the place, with colors sometimes bright and sometimes pastel, which creates a welcoming atmosphere. The lines are fine, the drawings remarkable. This long-awaited local mission is a tool entirely dedicated to youth, a place where young people from 16 to 25 years old can talk about orientation, training, employment, housing, health, mobility, citizenship, sports, leisure, culture and support to help them solve the difficulties they may encounter in their social and professional integration and give them access to devices set up for them.
The places had to reflect modernity and invite creativity. Several motivational messages slip in here and there, including one that sums up the importance of a place like the Mission Locale: “The first step is to say you can. The Wall Art St Martin collective thanks Maggy Gumbs for her total confidence in this interior beautification project. The team went above and beyond because the result is great.