This West Australian Seahorse or "Hippocampus Subelongatus" was painted during Public Form 2014 by Dutch born, Fremantle resident Amok Island on the facade of a six stories high building.
This building at 100 Hampton Road in Fremantle is used as a 190 bed lodge offering entry-level accommodation to disadvantage people.
Some companies and individuals, apart from Form have rallied to give the residents skills such as cooking, preserving, repairing bicycles, etc. to make the residents feel integrated into the community and allow them to earn money by participating in stall sales, etc.
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