Dundee’s first-ever urban market was held at West Ward Works this weekend.
Artists and traders transformed the former print works into a vibrant marketplace selling a host of unique goods, from jewellery and bespoke t-shirts to paintings and vintage clothes.
There was also a host of stalls selling food and drink from local producers.
Hundreds of people attended the event on Saturday and Sunday.
Shoppers who visited the market on Saturday were also treated to live music and a supper club in the evening.
Although urban markets have been held in Glasgow for several years, this was the first such event in Dundee.
Organiser Mel Jarron said she now hopes to stage regular events in the city.
Originally from Dundee, she started running markets 13 years ago.
She said: “I’ve been running the urban market in Glasgow for three years but I’m a Dundee lass so wanted to do something here in Dundee.
“I fell in love with West Ward Works when I came through for the Dundee Design Festival and have been on the case to do one here for about a year so am delighted it has finally come through.”
Ms Jarron said all of the traders are hand-picked to ensure there is a high standard of goods being sold.
She said: “It has been really good and everybody has been really supportive.
“The feedback from traders has been good and it is something I would like to do again.
“I’d really like to hold markets quarterly next year and even move up to monthly markets at some stage.”
West Ward Works is where DC Thomson and Co Ltd used to print its annuals.
The massive industrial space was transformed into a gallery for the first Dundee Design Festival last year.
It hosted the event again this year and work is now under way to develop the building as a cultural and creative hub with possible uses including a cultural venue, business incubator and innovation centre.