'Space Oddity' 45th Anniversary Print

Jul 2nd, 2014 by standarddesigns

Hi there,

July 2014 marks the 45th anniversary of the release of the single 'Space Oddity'.

To celebrate this musical landmark I've made a new print showing Major Tom still in orbit around Planet Earth.

I hope you like it! Best wishes Simon

Bowie & Hutch The Book

Jun 14th, 2014 by Peter

John Hutchinson informed us his memoir 'Bowie & Hutch' The book will be published on July 1th 2014.

Bowie & Hutch is an unusual memoir, Bowie a world superstar and Hutch a comparatively little known, semi-retired jazz guitarist living in rural East Yorkshire.

John ‘Hutch’ Hutchinson was Bowie’s musical collaborator, side-man, accompanying musician and friend, and his story should be an essential read for Bowie fans around the world.

An off and on musical relationship then continued for seven years, from the Marquee Club days to the fall of Ziggy Stardust in 1973.

At this video you can see John Hutchinson playing 'Life is a Circus' at the David Bowie fanclub meeting in Amsterdam, October 21, 2007.

Moonage Daydream

Jun 12th, 2014 by ingel

We have for sale:


Contact: info@karinblom.com

Low, Heroes and Lodger Album As Penguin Books

Apr 8th, 2014 by standarddesigns

Hi there, I thought I'd write and let you know about a series of prints I've made of three of David Bowie's albums as if they'd been written as books instead of songs.

I've taken the 'Berlin Trilogy' of Low, "Heroes" and Lodger and created a mini-library for each, with each track as its own novel, all arranged in the order they appear on the original albums.

The prints are available here: Low, Heroes and Lodger.

I hope you like them.

Bowie in Berlin

Jan 16th, 2014 by ziggy b.

March-June 2013 Egbert Baqué Contemporary Art, Berlin, presented a very successful
gallery exhibition 'A Tribute to David Bowie HAUPTSTRASSE The Berlin Years 1976 – 1978'.

In May 2013 we published a catalogue (German/English, ISBN 978-3-00-042031-3):
68 pages with more than 40 illustrations + map 'Bowie's Berlin'.

As we currently are working to present HAUPTSTRASSE as a travelling exhibition,
we set up 'Bowie in Berlin' on facebook to keep Bowie-fans up to date.

Enjoy: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bowie-in-Berlin

Graphic artwork of David Bowie

Dec 16th, 2013 by Natacha

I have made a graphic artwork of David Bowie for a friend. Its printed on transparant acrylate/perspec 75/100cm!


This in one of a limited edition. Contact me if you are interested. info@pixit.nl

Bowie's Berlin Trilogy Performed Live in Dublin, Ireland

Nov 24th, 2013 by Rebel Rebel Bowie Tribute

Bowies' Berlin Trilogy Performed live by Rebel Rebel

The Grand Social
Wednesday November 27th
Doors: 8pm Adm: €10 (also available online in advance – www.thegrandsocial.ie)

Irelands premier Bowie tribute act Rebel Rebel perform a two hour set of album tracks & instrumentals from Bowies inspirational albums, Low, Heroes & Lodger.

Irish Bowie tribute ‘Rebel Rebel’ who receive outstanding reviews for their shows and last year were the highlight of the world's first Bowie symposium in University Limerick to an audience of Bowie fans from around the globe. Now they are performing songs and instrumentals from Low, Heroes and Lodger in the Grand Social in Dublin on November 27th.

Undoubtedly Bowie’s most influential albums which redefined modern music, this is a must see; not just for Bowie fans but anyone interested in hearing this trio of albums that are still relevant and inspiring today. Blur, Suede, Radiohead and almost all of the New Romantic/synth pop bands of the early 80's all found inspiration in these stunning albums so this is a show not to be missed.



Sep 2nd, 2013 by Peter

We're happy to share the news about our upcoming Golden Years Are Now tour with you, which is taking place in theaters across Holland in 2013-2014. At the moment we're preparing the whole thing: the setlist, the visuals, the stage setting. So much fun to do! It's always a joy to play the songs of our all time hero David Bowie. Not only the hits, but some hidden gems and Next Day tunes too. Here's some information:

Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTdFscWuW5A

From Space Oddity to Heroes and from Let's Dance to Hallo Spaceboy, for many the music of living legend David Bowie is the soundtrack of their lives. And Bowie still intrigues. After 10 years of absence he reappeared out of the blue and sang "Where Are We Now?".

The Dutch band Echo Bowie takes you on a journey through the various periods of the career of the greatest innovator in pop music. The concert is visually inspired by Bowie's own sources of inspiration: London, Hollywood, the 30's theatre scene in Berlin, William Burroughs, Andy Warhol.The band will criss-cross through time and space. With the numerous hits as travel guide.

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Ziggy Stardust Fan Art

Jul 27th, 2013 by sonitchka

David Bowie is definitely a source of inspiration. Here are two dolls inspired by the Ziggy Stardust era. They are made with yarn in a style called amigurumi crochet. One doll is Aladdin Sane, the other one has Ziggy's eyepatch.

Aladdin Sane: http://missdolkapots.wordpress.com/2013/07/09/ziggy-played-guitar-fan-art-part-i

Eyepatch: http://missdolkapots.wordpress.com/2013/07/22/ziggy-stardust-part-ii-i-am-an-alligator

HEROES: A Bowie-Inspired Theatre Production in Berlin

Jul 26th, 2013 by Heroes - Where Are We Now?

Berlin has obviously been an enormous inspiration for David Bowie's life and his work: his "Berlin triology" is legendary and with his comeback single "Where Are We Now?" in 2013, he went back to his time in the city in the late 1970s.

Both, Bowie and the city of Berlin serve now as inspiration for a one-of-kind art and theatre production taking place on August 24 in Berlin Kreuzberg: HEROES - WHERE ARE WE NOW?. With play, music, dance and video installations, HEROES tells the story of a young artist facing the city's art jungle from the perspective of people in their twenties. HEROES is looking into the art scene and its myths, its heroes and abysms, Berlin's past and its present.

HEROES - WHERE ARE WE NOW? invites David Bowie, Berlin and art fans to go on a hero's journey - for one night only.

HEROES - WHERE ARE WE NOW? August 24th, 2013 | Doors: 8:00pm
Umspannwerk Kreuzberg | Ohlauerstr. 43, 10999

Berlin Tickets: www.amiando.de/heroes-for-one-night (German)

Facebook: www.facebook.com/heroes-for-one-night

Website: www.heroes-for-one-night.com (German)




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