Leeds United street art across the city has been on the rise along with the club's drive back to prominence in English football under head coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Here, we take a look at a number of pieces to appear on the streets all to do with the Whites...
1. Ball breaks for Ayling
The Burley Banksy revealed a new mural last month celebrating Luke Ayling on Whitehall Road and the last Leeds game before lockdown began in March 2020.
2. Phillips mural
The mural - commissioned by the club - was painted by street artist Akse P19 to celebrate the club's Roc Nation partnership. It is based in The Calls in the city centre.
Photo: Leeds United
3. Gary Speed mural
Unveiled last weekend by the Leeds United Supporters Trust. The mural is in Bramley and has been painted by Claire Bentley-Smith - known as artist Poshfruit.
Photo: Steve Riding
4. Leeds badge
Shane Green, from Otley, created this mural of the Leeds United badge across two end of terraces on Tilbury Mount in Holbeck, near the footbridge for the M621.
Photo: Simon Hulme