A special 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 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.
Unlock the literary influences of the Thin White Duke with this vivid infographic print, in a design that references Blackstar, Bowie’s last album.
This vivid poster takes you beyond music into the world ofLolita, A Clockwork Orange and Blast,the literary magazine ofWyndham Lewis’s Vorticistmovement. Here you’ll find Orwell’s 1984 alongside more obscure, cryptic and intriguing works of fiction, poetry and philosophy.