Talented Scottish schoolchildren have scooped top prizes in a Europe-wide art competition run by Bridgestone tyres.
This year more than 55,000 children from across the continent took part in the Dreams at HeArt contest, which is organised by the Japanese tyres manufacturer to inspire artistic youngsters.
Three Edinburgh pupils from the Broomhouse Primary school were awarded prizes. They were Omar Ahmed, who won in the ten-11 category, with Jamie Reeves and Ryan Donlevy winning in the eight-nine age group.
And a talented Renfrewshire trio from Giffnock Primary school also scooped goodies, with Kamillah Afaq and Sam Warren excelling in the 10-11 year old category, while Jasmine Shirzadinejat triumphed amongst the six and seven-year-olds.
The competition is now in its fifth year and urges primary-age children to turn their vision of safer travel in a greener world into a poster design to inspire other children.
Everyone who enters also gets their design printed onto a T-shirt which is given to them.
Denna Bowman, Head Office