Comic strip postcards, by Simon Grennan and Christopher Sperandio, are encouraging Milton Keynes residents to take a fresh look at the city’s disparate public art (Crescentia Low’s story pictured). The cards are based on stories about local art – some fictional, others real. Available from the Milton Keynes Gallery, the cards range from childhood memories of playing round Eilis O’Connell’s The Space Between to dressing up as a jockey and riding Elisabeth Frink’s black horse.
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