Traditional crafts will be reimagined with a Granite City twist by artists at a festival.
Look Inside is a design collective and collaborative group of Aberdeen-based makers Anne Marquiss, Gabi Reith, Mags Gray and Aubin Stewart.
They will be showcasing their new collection – Aberdeen Collective – at Look Again.
Gabi said: “It’s all about the streets of Aberdeen, the unique places.
“It’s a collection by Aberdonians, for Aberdonians.
“We’ve looked at maps of Aberdeen, the shapes of some of the areas and we’ve looked at some of the iconic buildings.
“There’s quite a lot in there, but you have to really see it.”
Gabi makes elaborate pen and ink drawings that evolve stories based on her and her children’s imagination, infused with traditional tales.
The group was brought together to promote their creativity, skills and work process to a wider audience.
This year’s collection explores the architectural characteristics and history of the Granite City.
Included in the collection will be jewellery, ceramics, illustration, clothing and tote bags among other items.
Gabi said: “We realised there was a gap in the market of high quality crafts for when tourists come to Aberdeen.
“The nearest we know of is someone in Bristol who just does the whole of the country.
“We hope people will go away and look at the places in which they live, look at the heritage of Aberdeen and see where the collection comes from.
“There’s a lifetime of experience in Aberdeen in this collection.
“We know the city and enjoy the city.”
The collection will be on sale in the Bon Accord Centre between Thursday and Monday.
Look Again formally kicks off on Thursday and will run until Wednesday, May 3.
Pre-festival events have already begun at Robert Gordon University’s Garthdee campus and were to run until today.