Milton Keynes artist and Britain’s most notorious prisoner collaborate for charity success

JJ with the collaborative artwork
JJ with the collaborative artwork

A Milton Keynes artist and Britain’s most notorious prisoner have raised £1000 from sales of their collaborative artwork.

Money from the prints by JJ Stellitano and Charles Salvador, formerly known as Charles Bronson will be given to the Breast Cancer unit at Milton Keynes University Hospital.

A limited number of prints are available of the current piece, called Life.

It is the fifth time the two artists have work together: “I wasn’t expecting to collaborate for a fifth time with Charlie and was extremely shocked when he asked me,” said JJ, who is also featured in Charles’ new book, Art Attack.

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