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Print designed & hand-signed by Alejandro De Luna

Sound & Vision - David Bowie & Iggy Pop In Berlin

Sound & Vision - David Bowie & Iggy Pop In Berlin

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LAST CALL: I’m relocating my studio soon, and selected prints are now discounted. Some will never be reprinted. Don't miss out—get 20% off your order today with the code TWENTY or grab any 3 for the price of 2 (discount applied automatically).

 Print researched & designed with passion by Alejandro De Luna. Produced in small quantities and shipped from a small, independent business.

A unique print compiles David Bowie and Iggy Pop's most creative era, the Berlin years, and provides all the information about four of the most influential albums of all time.

In 1976 David Bowie and Iggy Pop moved to Berlin to reinvent themselves and release four of the most influential records in the history of pop music: Iggy Pop's The Idiot / Lust for Life (co-written by Bowie), and Bowie's own Low / "Heroes", all released in 1977.

This print visually maps out the musical journey of David Bowie and Iggy Pop's highest creative peak in 1976 and 1977. The print also includes key information about these legendary records, including key dates, singles, songwriting credits, recording studios, musicians involved such as Brian Eno, Robert Fripp, Carlos Alomar, and much more.

The print has been researched and designed in Schöneberg, Bowie, and Iggy's former neighbourhood in Berlin.

 Hang it on your wall with pride.

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alejandro@thesenseofdoubt.com

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