Project Description

The little mural of the school Santa Perpètua


Here is the result of the mural created in the school Santa Perpètua. For this school, in order to carry out the project of decorating the exterior walls, we counted on the help of the school’s kids both for the realization of the sketch and for painting the mural. Via the school teachers, we were able to retrieve the drawings that the children made according to their own idea of the mural. The end result is therefore a combination of all these ideas.

From the moment we collected the children’s drawings, we started a selection process in order to be able to choose the ideas or elements that could be part of the final composition. Once this step was completed, we stylized each of the drawing ideas so that it could be incorporated into the final result, following a same aesthetic line. Then, we carried out a composition work in order to distribute each element from independent drawings in a harmonious final sketch.

Here we can see the final sketch in the two images presented. Once this step was realized, a date had yet to be found to put the little hands to paint. The children, divided into small groups, were able to participate in the workshop one after the other. Each group had a task assigned to paint a designated part of the mural. Once this task was completed by all the groups of children, the organizer made some adjustments in order reach the final result, which we can see on the images presented.

This project was an opportunity to work with simple drawn elements and to be able to compose with them in order to present them in an original way. The Petit Mural team thanks the primary school Santa Perpètua for trusting our work. We hope you will be able to enjoy your painting for many years to come.

Here you will find the final result of the workshop in which the school’s children participated. As we can see, we have opted for a rather simple design but with a very defined aesthetic and chromatic line.

Thank you very much to all the children of the school Santa Perpètua for their participation!