INDEPENDENCE campaign organisation Believe in Scotland has launched a new gallery of images that Yes activists can use free in their own material.

The gallery so far includes 50 images, but that total is expected to increase to more than 300 by the end of the year.

The gallery includes all the images from Believe in Scotland's recent hard-hitting billboard campaign.

It will be updated regularly and new images added every week, with instant response and debunking images added when appropriate.

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All of the images can be used free of charge, with Gaelic and Scots language posters under development.

All images are available in three different formats: one for printing off as posters and banners, another for sharing on social media, and a social media profile header gallery.

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All the designs so far are the work of Stewart Bremner, one of Scotland's top graphic artists.

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp, founder of Believe in Scotland, said: "Stewart and I started working together when I launched Business for Scotland, the pro-Yes business network, back during the first referendum campaign.

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"We also collaborated on the book Scotland the Brief, which has sold over 20,000 copies to date, and the related images and video shared online were seen by more than a million people." 

The gallery is launched today and independence supporters are asked to pick and share their favourite image online to help spread the positive message about independence.

You can see the gallery here: