Inanimate objects in the town's streets have been brought to life by a Swindon photographer.
Postboxes, walls, salt bins and the like are suddenly sporting googly eyes and people have been asking why.
Pearl Lucia Barcoe is taking part in 64 Million Artists' January Challenge, which is giving members of the public creative prompts throughout the month in an effort to prove that 'anyone can be creative'.
Anyone can join and take part in the global art movement and they'll find themselves creating art - just like Pearl did when she was given the prompt to create some mischief around the town with a set of googly eyes.
"You can subscribe to emails or join the Facebook group, which is what I do," she said. "It's very encouraging and friendly."
Pearl shared the result of her efforts on the Swindon and Wiltshire Camera Club Facebook page, where she said: "One prompt had me adding these handmade googly eyes to various inanimate things on my walk from town to Old Town!
"Seeing as they're locals now, I thought I'd add them here!"
The locations for them are postbox on Commercial Road by the post office, then a wall and boulder on Cromby Street, the postbox on North Street Old Town, and then the others are by Croft School and Sports Centre.