The streets around Old Trafford will be brightened up with new street art this spring.
The colourful display of murals will be painted by local artists to create a permanent trail around the area.
Sites along the OT Art Trail will be linked together through a downloadable audio tour that locals can listen to while they stroll between murals.
Six large-scale murals will adorn walls and buildings around the area from May, including in Seymour Park and Ayres Road.
Organised by OT Creative Space, artists taking part include Old Trafford local Robert Lomas, graffiti artist Jamie Rennie, and photographer Martene Rouke.
Russ Meehan, known as Mural Life or QUBEK, will also take part - he is best known for his mural of 22 bees on Oldham Street, painted in tribute to the lives lost in the Manchester Arena attack.
Old Trafford-born spoken word artist and writer Isaiah Hull will create a piece of spoken word to connect the murals.
The art trail comes as a result of community workshops.
Rather than hosting workshops in schools, residential homes and other community settings, OT Creative Space instead sent out 300 creative packs and help sessions over Zoom.
Lynda Sterling, trail coordinator, said: "We had to be very creative in order to maximise community participation at a time when we are being encouraged to stay apart rather than come together.
"Technology has played a part, but also good old fashioned paper and colouring pencils."
The locations chosen for the larger than life murals include a takeaway pizza shop and three Old Trafford residents' homes.
Lynda said: "To find the locations, we walked around the local area and picked out key places. It was then a case of knocking on doors and putting notes through people's doors if they were out.
"It's generated a lot of excitement in the area and we found people extremely keen to have original artworks painted on their houses.
"We estimate the murals will last between five and 10 years before they start to fade, so it's quite a commitment."
Michelle Griffith is one of the Old Trafford residents who volunteered their home on Ayres Road as a blank canvas.
She said: "This is just what Old Trafford needs. It will bring some colour to an otherwise muted part of Old Trafford.
"I'm really excited by the community engagement and getting to work with and alongside the artists. It's bringing together factions of the community that are normally dormant."