Graffiti artist launches Henley Festival at Paddington Station
A graffiti artist has created a Henley Festival work for rail commuters at Paddington Station.
Tom Cat spray painted the 6ft by 12ft (1.8m x 3.7m) mural on a temporary wall at platforms eight and nine.
Part of the launch of Henley Festival, Cat's work portrays a train journey to the festival in Oxfordshire.
The festival image, created over three and a half hours, features a sports car, a musician and people sipping champagne.
Cat said: "The guys walking past seemed pretty interested in what I was doing despite the fact that it was technically a miserable Monday morning and they were in the usual rush to get out of the station."
This year's festival, which runs from 8 to 12 July, includes music, art, comedy, street entertainers, pop-up restaurants, flags and fireworks.
There will be performances by Jessie J, Lionel Richie, the Gipsy Kings, Spandau Ballet and the Philharmonia Orchestra.