A much-loved community space near Leeds city centre has been transformed with poems, pictures and love letters by local residents and workers.
A postbox was installed a few months ago at Wonderwood, near the Round Foundry, for residents to submit their artistic creations.
Last week, the completed WonderLOVE installation was unveiled.
Just a few years ago, the site was undeveloped land but now it includes a picket fence, a shed, plants, deckchairs, benches, MP3 players, games and spinning blocks as well as wifi.
Poems and love letters written by locals have been read out by local tenants and put on to MP3 players for anyone to listen to.
Artists Tony and Aprille Broomhead from Broomhead Homemade were commissioned by the site’s owners, Igloo Regeneration, to paint, replant and rejuvenate the area.
Aprille said: “The WonderLOVE theme we came up with was to celebrate the area and embrace it.
“It is an appreciation of the people who live and work there and it’s quite exciting for everyone to have this little space which has now got its charm back.
“It has been a really charming project to work on.
“People have been lovely and we’ve really enjoyed it.
“The response we had was good and we’ve taken the pictures that people drew and literally transferred them on to spinning blocks so they can play a game of consequences.
“Pictures included a penguin, a robot and we also got a drawing of quite an angry looking man, who I found quite charming.”
The community space has hosted a range of events in the past, from yoga to arts festivals and jazz picnics.
For more about the WonderLOVE project and the site, visit their Facebook page at: http://en-gb.facebook.com/pages/The-Round-Foundry/66012483077?v=wall&viewas=0.