A series of colourfully painted murals have been unveiled across the UK.
The work, entitled ‘I Love You’ by a local artist, is part of the UK Government’s ‘Mural Year’ campaign.
The campaign is looking to encourage people to reflect on the country’s history and culture.
‘I love you’ murals were unveiled at London’s Piccadilly Circus, Brighton’s Hyde Park and Glasgow’s Grand Parade.
More:The project is being run by the National Trust and the Arts Council of Scotland, with support from the UK government.
The artwork was created using 3D printers and the National Park Service’s Blue Planet project.
Mural artist Emma Bostecki from Glasgow explained how the mural was inspired by the life of a Scottish artist who was born in 1849.
‘The story behind the work is very simple,’ she told BBC Scotland.
‘He lived in Edinburgh, lived in an art gallery, painted and died.’
The mural is part the UK and Scottish Government’s murals programme.
‘Moral values are central to our society, and in Scotland we believe that everyone is created equal and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect,’ a spokesperson from the Scottish Government said in a statement.
This is a country where people who don’t speak the same language can be made to feel invisible, said Emma Bovecki.
The UK is home to many iconic murals that can be seen all over the country.
Here are a few of the more popular murals from across the country:The murals are currently available at the following venues:The ‘I’m a Great Girl’ mural, located at the Royal Botanic Gardens in London, was commissioned by the British Council and funded by the government.
It was designed by Alison Taylor.