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Phone: 1300 322 842

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This mural full of Frankston icons was created by the local youth and Sheldon Headspeath (SinsOne and State Of The Art (SOTA) murals). The Frankston Youth Service offers a street art program which provides young people with the opportunity to express themselves in creative, pro-social ways, while reducing vandalism and connecting with their community in a positive way. Participants work alongside youth workers and professional artists, who upskill and offer guidance to the group as they design and paint murals around Frankston. This program offers support for young people who wish to pursue their aspirations through education and employment pathways.

The mural includes the following:

  • Brake Care (a nod to the building the mural is painted on)
  • Seagull
  • Landmark Bridge
  • Dolphins
  • Frankston Station
  • Comfort Station
  • South East Water building/Nepean Highway
  • Olivers Hill Lookout
  • Frankston Pier

SOTA (State Of The Art) murals Instagram page

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6 Dandenong Rd W, Frankston VIC 3199