RENOWNED Glasgow-based graffiti artist Conzo has created a bespoke mural celebrating Scotland on the big screen.

The artist was commissioned by Vue to create the artwork to celebrate the opening of its brand new Vue Glasgow St Enoch venue and can be found on the ground floor of the centre.

The state-of-the-art cinema will open its doors today.

The eye-catching design depicts the Duke of Wellington statue relaxing in a Vue Recliner in front of the big screen with a tub of popcorn. The Duke’s horse can be seen in the background alongside the Finnieston Crane.

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Some of Scotland’s best loved actors feature on the screen including Sir Sean Connery and Tilda Swinton, and the names of a few Scottish films are also included in the design.

Chris Jackson, general manager at Vue Glasgow St Enoch, said: “We are delighted to be able to open our doors and this brilliant mural is the perfect way to mark our arrival in the city centre with references to iconic actors, films, Glasgow landmarks and the big screen experience.

“Glasgow has a long heritage with film, once being dubbed the cinema city as it had more than 100 cinemas in the 1930s. In more recent times it has become the backdrop for big Hollywood blockbusters. Vue Glasgow St Enoch will build on the great heritage Glasgow has with cinema.

“We are excited to strengthen our presence in Glasgow, bringing the latest concepts in the ultimate big-screen experience, with state-of-the-art, pin-sharp projection.”