GLASGOW’S famous mural trail is expanding with three new works of art set to brighten up the streets of Glasgow City Centre.

Local artist James Klinge has been photographed working on a vibrant self-portrait on Midland Street, under Glasgow Central Station.

Glasgow Times:

Two more images by James are set to appear within the area over the next fortnight.

The works of art are all part of the City Centre Mural Trail which have been helping to rejuvenate streets and revitalise buildings and vacant sites. 

The first artwork was produced in 2008 and all the murals, which are within easy walking distance of the City Centre, attract locals and tourists alike each week.

Glasgow Times:

The murals are also linked to plans the council has for environmental improvements in the area as part of a Central Station Action Plan.

Read more about the City Centre Mural Trail here.