But these youngsters are not yobs and are not heading for Asbos.
Members of the Pakistani Youth Forum, who meet in the Thornton Lodge Community Centre, off Thomas Street, have spent the last eight weeks perfecting their graffiti masterpiece on huge boards.
In response to the suicide bombings in London on July 7 the group wanted to explore politics and stereotypes held by people about the Pakistani community.
Project co-ordinator Sofia Buncy said the thirteen 16 to 19-year-olds who took part had enjoyed the project and found it rewarding.
"We started about eight weeks ago just planning the pictures and making sure the young people knew what they wanted to achieve," she said.
"We wanted to use a method of artistic expression that the young people would enjoy.
"One of the boards is based on politics and the bombings in London and the other is about stereotypes.
"The project has allowed them to explore things they would not normally have anything to do with, like politics.
"I hope it has meant they have vented some frustration about stereotypes as well.
"We usually have separate boys' and girls' groups but with this project they have worked together.
"It has been brilliant to see the girls taking such an active role.
"I am delighted at what they have achieved and am very proud of them. They have worked very hard and done a great job."
The group was helped by Dewsbury-based artists Daniel Boyes and Matt Hards from art group Creative Keys.