BBCArtists honour Tunnock's treats in new exhibition
The Tunnock's teacake is a biscuit tin favourite and the ideal accompaniment for a fresh brew but now it is being celebrated in a very different way.
Rather than eating it people are being encouraged to view it as art.
A special exhibition celebrating "one of Scotland's genuine icons" is being held in Glasgow.
Artists have been invited to honour the teacake, along with the caramel wafer and log and the humble snowball, in a show called, "Tunnocked".
It is taking place at the Glasgow Print Studio until 11 April.
Tunnock's products are famous around the world.
This year the Lanarkshire-based company is celebrating its 120th anniversary.