Chiltern Railways has commissioned a leading British artist and Birmingham-based art organisation, Eastside Projects, for a series of contemporary artworks to feature on their new timetable.

The timetable features work by Samara Scott, one of the rising stars of British art, who captures and distorts live images through moving windows, magazines and iPads.

The artwork will also be displayed at Birmingham Moor Street station.

The work, called Still Life, is a collection of images that have emerged from Scott’s research into landscapes we see as we travel.

Rob Brighouse, managing director at Chiltern Railways said: “Art can play an important and inspirational part in everyone’s lives and has the potential to enrich our passengers’ engagement with our stations.

“Samara’s work is fresh and engaging and we hope our customers like it too. This the latest in a series of artistic collaborations, showcasing how art has the power to make everyday items and spaces more memorable and interesting.”

As part of the Chiltern Art Collaboration, the train operator has also worked with artists Bill Drummond , Gunilla Klingberg and most recently, Heather and Ivan Morison.