A restaurant door painted with leopard spots is boarded up after Hurricane Irma. The sign reads “La Bohême is transferred to the West Indies Mall of Marigot opposite Sexy Fruit.”
The French flag is painted on wooden pallets in Grand-Case. One also flies in the background.
Jimmy Sabas’s @ mashinart covers buildings in St. Martin with elaborate murals. This one is on the remains of a building in Grand-Case.
Lips are painted on the boards sealing off a ruined restaurant in Grand-Case. This is one of many cases of graffiti that were drawn after Hurricane Irma.
One of the Grand-Case murals represents the island of St. Martin
A medical office, made of concrete, survives Hurricane Irma; however there are still boarded up windows.
The menu is still displayed at this Grand-Case restaurant that took extreme damage from Hurricane Irma. The rubble and damage make it clear this building is badly in need of relief.
Art on the outside of a Grand-Case building in the wake of Hurricane Irma.
The mural depicts the landscape in the background as viewed from a house destroyed by Hurricane Irma. One can see Anguilla, Creole Rock and Bell Hill.
A year after Hurricane Irma, a man photographs the Grand-Case bay and the island of Anguilla from a concrete house that was destroyed by the hurricane.