A collection of portraits which lined a street in Peckham for almost ten years, and become one of London's longest running public art installations, has returned to the town - to mark black history month.
Itsput together by Underexposed Arts and each photograph celebrates dual heritage actors - from Idris Elba to Diane Parish.
They originally made their debut at the National Portrait Gallery in 2008, before being installed on Peckham Hill Street - and now their back on the Mountview Academy for Theatre Arts.
They're about encourging the next generation of young actors and artists to realsie what they could achieve.
I met with some of the actors who had their photo's taken all those years ago for the exhibition.