People of the North-east have been praised for helping with the success of an Aberdeen art festival.
Look Again 2017 finished its five-day programme of events yesterday.
Artworks, talks and exhibitions popped up around the Granite City for Scotland’s fastest growing visual and contemporary art festival.
Festival director Sally Reaper, picturedn said: “We couldn’t have asked for a better response to the festival. It’s been fantastic to see people of all ages and all walks of life engaging with the installations.
“Look Again is a festival about the North-east, delivered by people from the region and I’m grateful to everyone who has been involved – from the artists, to the festival team, the organisations who have backed us and of course everyone who took the time to visit it. Hopefully they will have fresh and positive perspectives on the unique story of our city.”
Look Again festival aimed to make people set a fresh pair of eyes on their surroundings with works from local and international artists.
Those taking part included designer Wayne Hemingway as well as visual artist duo Thomson and Craighead.
Sculptures that “listen” and chiming bells with specially-made compositions are just some of the artworks which were around the city.
The Evening Express also teamed up with pupils and artists from the festival to produce three new mastheads for the paper.
Look Again has taken place annually in Aberdeen since 2014.