David Bowie and Kate Moss in a ‘spontaneous’ cover for Q Magazine in 2003. The two stars had not met before the shoot. Image by Ellen von Unwerth.
Hailed by many as the founding father of “glam rock,” David Bowie defied rock star conventions and blurred the lines between music and performance art. Embracing the avant-garde, Bowie created futuristic, androgynous characters to represent the music he released in the form of seminal rock albums such as Space Oddity (1969), The Man Who Sold the World (1970), and The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972).
A3 size (297x420mm) on artex 3mm board with high quality print.
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