Hornby brand Humbrol has been on display for the past two weeks at the National Railway Museum, having sponsored a series of street art workshops.
The Graffiti Kings have been creating a number of pieces at the Museum, with Humbrol supplying all of the materials to create the artwork now on display.
The Graffiti Kings and visitors have recreated a traditional travel poster and also a family street art travel poster using over 700 Humbrol acrylic spray paints, which the firm donated to the event.
Zoe Roberts, public programmes developer at the Museum, commented: "We've really enjoyed working with the Graffiti Kings on such an exciting project. This striking artwork has not only enabled us to engage with our visitors in a completely new way, but it has allowed items from our collection to be viewed from a very different and unique perspective."
"Working at the NRM over the last week running our street art workshops has been really great," added Graffiti Kings' Darren Cullen.
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