A London artist is close to completing a huge aerial sketch of the city of Perth.
Part of the Portrait of Britain campaign, Carl Lavia is visiting and depicting 69 cities across the UK.
The massive two-metre illustration of the Fair City is at its midway point, with each drawing taking around three months to complete.
At the end of the project, it is expected each will go on show in a nationwide exhibition.
With another four to six weeks left, the sketch is now looking for a place to call home in the city it is showcasing.
Carl began working on the project in 2016 with photographer Lorna Le Bredonchel and he believes it is something of a first for Perth.
He said: “There has been nothing of this scale that I have seen in the last 150 years.
“Right now it is in the middle of completion. I expect it to take a further four to six weeks.
“It will show the whole of Perth from the racecourse, to Scone Palace, to the city centre and the countryside with the surrounding areas.
— Sketch (@Sketchnthecity) June 19, 2018
“At the moment we are trying to draw some interest so the people of Perth can come and view it.
“The main thing for us is to have the people in the city get the chance to see it. Hopefully public space can be provided to do this.
“We aim to have several exhibitions to try and increase the number of people who can view it.”
Despite Perth being one of the UK’s smallest cities, the sketch has become one of the biggest so far. A similar drawing of Dundee, showcased in the city’s art gallery, also worked out at the same size.
Alongside Dundee, sketches of Edinburgh, Stirling, Birmingham and Manchester have all been completed.
The project is self-funded and is expected to take around six years to finish.
Having drawn from the age of five, Carl only uses black ink to capture the intricate details of each city.
Each city is visited by foot for planning and research before the process of sketching begins.
To view the progress of the Perth drawing visit the Sketchnthecity page.