The discovery of hundreds of photographs taken by Phyllis Nicklin showing Birmingham in the 1950s and 1960s made headline news in the Post earlier this year.
Nicklin, a geography tutor at the University of Birmingham, captured the city at a time of massive change.
Now, artists Reuben Colley, Mark Godwin, Danny Howes, Rick Garland and musician with The Specials Horace Panter have created paintings and drawings based on her work.
The gallery above contains some of the artwork alongside Nicklin's original photos which inspired the work.
Reuben Colley Fine Art, which represents a range of artists with strong connections with Birmingham, teamed up with the University of Birmingham and Brumpic website to invite new work inspired by Nicklin's photographs.
Each artist is creating an individual response to the images they find most exciting or intriguing and the results will form a major exhibition, Nicklin Revisited, at Reuben Colley Fine Art in Colmore Row next month.
Mr Colley said Nicklin's work appealed to him particularly because he had always been attracted to scenes of ordinary life and he was most at home painting the gritty underside of Birmingham.
Two of his paintings are currently on display at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery in an exhibition which explores post-war change in the inner city.
The Nicklin-inspired paintings are available as signed limited editions.