Peaky Blinders fan art commissioned to promote fifth series
Peaky Blinders fan art will be used to promote the show's fifth series across the BBC.
Submissions from more than 1,000 fans around the world were whittled down to 16, which have been commissioned by the show's creators.
The commissions "are all about celebrating and giving recognition to the Peaky Blinders fans", said Emma Brooke, from BBC Creative.
The show's fifth series, set in 1920s Birmingham, will air on BBC One soon.
"I entered the competition on a whim and didn't really expect anything to come from it," said Holly Reynolds, from Birmingham.
The 21-year-old illustrator, who binged on the show while studying in Worcester, said: "The accents made me feel like I was at home."
"It feels a bit surreal," she added, when her portrait of Tommy Shelby - chosen as her subject for his complex character - was commissioned.
James Mundy, from Stoke-on-Trent, has been a fan of the show since it started and also opted for a portrait of Tommy Shelby.
"I created a painting that was moody, a bit dark, but at the same time shows his pride and his willingness to overcome his past," the 34-year-old creative director said.
"I cannot wait to see it on billboards and online."
Tamworth-based artist Sue Verity chose another Shelby brother, Arthur, as the inspiration for her portrait.
"He's so vulnerable and yet so masculine; I love his dark and light persona," she said of her favourite character.
The 54-year-old artist said she was "thrilled" to be commissioned by the BBC.
"It means such a lot to me.
"We wanted to harness the power of [the] existing fandom," said Chris Hooper, from BBC One.
"Their passion for the show is truly infectious."
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