AFTER making headlines by adorning the entire frontage of the Nightingale Hotel in Shanklin in his own inimitable style, Tony Trowbridge has added more of his artwork to the Island.

His latest installation can be found at the youth shelters at Church Litten, Newport — and it has a Halloween theme.

Newport and Carisbrooke Parish Council teamed up with the street artist, who also goes by the handle #notdeadyet, to add some colour and fun themes to the park.

Cllr Julie Jones-Evans, who is also IW Council ward member for Newport Central, said: "The Halloween theme is not only seasonal but also brings out the history of the park, as it was the town's burial ground. Litten means graveyard.

"I've spoken to a few of the users of the shelters and they have been really positive about the art and some had no idea of the park's past use. There is another shelter to decorate and we've been asked to do a Christmas theme."

She said Newport is embracing the ethos of street art to create a sense of place, connect communities and attract tourists.

The parish council would like to hear from anyone who has a space that could become an art installation.