A city centre street is set to undergo a dramatic transformation during a weekend-long community art project.
The pedestrianised section of Reform Street will become a canvas for youths to express their artistic vision during the Re-formation event on September 29 and 30.
Organised by the Corner Dundee, a health and information service for young people, the event will feature the designs of 10 community groups to promote the Year of Young People 2018.
Youngsters across the city chose several themes to be represented in the artwork, with a focus on LGBTI and Immigration, positive feelings and challenging stereotypes and reputations surrounding young people.
Ambition, respect, inclusion and Dundee itself will also be explored.
They had between four to six weeks to create their design and each should take about a day to complete.
Reform Street will be divided into equal rectangular sections for the groups to display their work and there will be a section for the public to get involved in.
Depending on the weather and funding, if plans go ahead there will be more than 100 youngsters taking part from different community groups across the city.
Laura Cooney from The Corner who are leading the project said: “Re-formation will bring a positive and exciting city-wide focus on issues relevant to all young people.
“This display of inspirational designs and images will be thought-provoking and influence hearts and minds, benefiting all.”
Also taking place in Dundee on September 29 is the city’s first Creation Fest Scotland, bringing together art, music and faith in City Square.
Festival co-ordinator Sarah Yardley said: “We are so excited to be coming to Dundee this year.”