An art project which produced colourful results last year in Aberdeen is continuing.
Painted Doors, run by Aberdeen Inspired, is now in its third year – with more than 30 disused entrances benefiting from a makeover.
The scheme was the first of its kind in the UK and has inspired similar projects in Perth and Dundee.
Curated by local artist Mary Butterworth, it aims to turn abandoned doorways into works of art, making the city’s streets “a more interesting and vibrant place to be”.
Transformed doors can be found along Langstane Place, Windmill Brae, the Merchant Quarter and Correction Wynd.
So far, more than 30 doors feature in the project with even more to come in May.
The most recent to pop up include Bird Song, by former Gray’s School of Art student Laura Bremner of Juniper Press, on Correction Wynd.
Rise Up by Gabi Reith-Thompson now features on Windmill Brae, and Jenny Hood has created an intricate paste-up with Corvid Eyes on East Green.
Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired, said: “The Painted Doors project, which is now in its third year, is about working in partnership with local artists and is a great way to enhance the city centre.
“We have an extremely talented local artist community in Aberdeen that we should celebrate and we should encourage them to get involved in creating a unique city centre to be proud of.
“Many of the local artists that participate in the Painted Doors programme are also heavily involved in Nuart Aberdeen.”
Mary added: “The project is so amazing for recognising the talent and contribution of our creative community, art is on our streets and part of our daily landscape for everyone to enjoy.
“We get so many positive comments from the public. They love seeing them appear and they brighten up the day, and the artists enjoy being part of it and really love the public interaction whilst painting.”