A new public art installation has been set up in Dykes of Gray village.
Springfield Properties and Dundee City Council teamed up with artist Jeremy Cunningham to install art throughout the village.
Mark Hamilton, Springfield Properties group architectural director, said: “Together with Dundee City Council, we have a vision of creating a new place with it’s own community just on the outskirts of the city. This is well on its way to becoming a reality with over 130 homes occupied and a cafe due to open in the coming months – the public art is another piece of the jigsaw.
“Once complete, Dykes of Gray will have all the attributes of a traditional village.
“There will be a wide mix of homes from apartments to larger four-bedroom homes, play parks, shops and other public spaces for the community.”
City development convener Lynne Short said: “It’s great to see new public art at Dykes of Grey being added to the dozens of pieces all around Dundee, large and small, that brighten the city.
“Public art belongs to the community and helps to make a place like Dykes of Gray village even more special.”