Bronze sculpture which looks a bit like a 3-D crossword. It has the name of characters from the Beano comic on it in reverse type, the type is capital letters. It is on top of a granite plinth on a residential street.

Derby St – Crossword

Materials: Cast bronze

Created: 2024

Client: Dundee City Council & Hillcrest Housing Association

H: 76cm W: 70cm D: 22cm

Categories: Commissions

View at: Moorhead St (off Derby St, Dundee)

Bronze sculpture which looks a bit like a 3-D crossword. It has the name of characters from the Beano comic on it in reverse type, the type is capital letters. It is on top of a granite plinth on a residential street.
The back of a bronze sculpture made from square sections, it is an open structure with holes between the horizontal and vertical sections, it sits on top of a granite plinth which is square in plan. The bronze is patinated a rich brown.
Moorhead Street in Dundee. Crossword sculpture in bronze is to the right.

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