This stunning installation artwork celebrates the life of Scots industrialist Andrew Carnegie - and will be turned into a traditional portrait by the same artist.
Carnegie, who was born in Dunfermline, Fife, but emigrated to America as a child and went on to become the world's richest man, died 100 years ago in August 1919.
The philanthropist, who made his fortune during the steel boom, used his wealth to pay for the construction of libraries and concert halls both in America and Scotland.
To commemorate Carnegie's centenary, a portrait was commissioned in his home town - which can be viewed both in three dimensional and two dimensional form.
This video was filmed 3rd December 2019.