Random new roadside signs and litter warnings have appeared across the Rhondda.
The signs are the work of anonymous art collective, Three Dumb Fighters, known as 3DF.
Photographer Andrew Groom, who took images of the signs around the different sites, described them as “some silly, some serious and some surreal.”
Most of the signs are in Tonypandy, the most noticeable being near McDonald’s and Asda.
The sign near the entrance to the supermarket and fast-food restaurant reads: “McDonald’s for when you need something to throw out the car window.”
Another one further up the road, on approach to Ystrad reads: “Beware of clowns throwing rubbish.”
The signs also warn of the dangers of the waters in the area. One, at Clydach Lake, warns against no cage diving, with an image of a sign attached.
Another image shows a warning sign emerging from the water, which reads: “do not unchain the kraken.”
Some of the signs are a little bit more political. One in front of the old Llwynypia Powerhouse reads the building is “due to fall down soon”.
Another sign reads: “Ball games may be played, but for safety reasons not enjoyed.”
One sign points to the obvious and uselessness of some street furniture, and reads: “Post in middle of pavement.”
Various other signs warn against more Mcdonald’s litter, ball games and picnic sites.
Not much is known about the artists behind 3DF and the reason behind the comical signs.