Nuart Aberdeen street images 'among most popular 15 in world'
Two pieces of art which featured in a major street art festival in Aberdeen have been named among the most popular in the world in 2017.
An image of a young boy by Julien de Casabianca is featured in fourth place out of 15 in the list compiled by the Brooklyn Street Art (BSA) organisation, which monitored social media activity.
A mural by Add Fuel is listed in 14th place.
Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired which was behind Nuart in Aberdeen, told BBC Scotland: "I am astounded, delighted, but not necessarily surprised - something special arrived in Nuart."
The Aberdeen event will return from Thursday 12 April to Sunday 15 April next year.
Nuart has taken place in Stavanger, Norway, since 2001.