An artist won a £ 10,000 prize after creating doomsday bunkers inspired by people who stocked groceries out of deal for fear of a non-deal Brexit.
24-year-old Gabrielle Gillott is the winner of the Glenfiddich Residency Award 2020, the largest of its kind for an aspiring artist in Scotland.
She built her first bunker for her graduation show at Edinburgh College of Art and painted the room and all the items in it in a purple shade called Safe Haven.
Ms. Gillott said: “Interior color titles are a stepping stone in my practice.
"& # 39; Safe Haven & # 39; drew me into an obsession with the preparatory world, first with the bunkers of the American Doomsday Prepper, then it developed a fascination for those who are preparing for a Brexit without a deal."
“However, the boldness and professionalism of Gabrielle & # 39; s installation has caught the attention of our selection panel.
"Gabrielle creates environments that are reminiscent of Cold War bunkers and reinterpreted through the aesthetics of 3D computer modeling. It perfectly embodies a zeitgeist of uncertain times."
Colin Greenslade, RSA director, said: “The opportunity for an aspiring artist to join the larger group of international practitioners in Glenfiddich is a tremendous privilege and honor.
"It has the opportunity to catapult an artist's career into a new international network."