An artistic shop vinyl, which fills the window of a vacant unit on Falkand Square, has been unveiled by the Mayor of Poole, Councillor Peter Adams.

The new vinyl showcases the talent of students at the North Light Centre for Art and Design. The project is the result of a close collaboration between the Borough of Poole and Bournemouth and Poole College in a bid to capture the diverse range of people living and working in the area. The photos are shot at a selection of iconic Poole settings and events.

The images were initially showcased in February at a week-long exhibition at the Dolphin Centre and following such positive feedback they have now been incorporated into a more permanent display.

Centre manger of the Dolphin Shopping Centre, John Grinnell, said: “At the Dolphin Centre we are so pleased to have facilitated this exciting project. It’s great to see the students work creating such positive, modern images of Poole.”

The Mayor also expressed his thanks at those who had made the project possible, he added: “We are so thrilled that the Dolphin Shopping Centre has given us the chance to show these images in a new and innovative way. We would like to  offer our thanks to the people who facilitated the project including John Grinnell and the Dolphin Centre for hosting the display, Brie Logan the inspiration behind the project, the student photographers, Design Print Internet who produced the vinyl for us, and of course, those who had their photos taken.”