A unique print that maps out Bowie and Iggy's most creative period in Berlin and a journey through 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 of all time: Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot' / 'Lust for Life' (both mainly written by Bowie), and Bowie's own 'Low' / '"Heroes"', all released in 1977 and all masterpieces on their own terms.
This print, maps out the journey of Bowie/Iggy's highest creative peak in 1976 and 1977. It includes all the information about those 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 that has been designed in Schöneberg, Berlin, Bowie/Iggy's former neighbourhood in Berlin.