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Jun 8 '13

allthenobodyppl:

David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Source: Stylebubble

Jun 2 '13
bitsofnostalgia:

I love this man.

bitsofnostalgia:

I love this man.

(Source: talisamaegyr)

Jun 1 '13
allthenobodyppl:

Bowie’s Reality era clothing designs at the David Bowie Is exhibit in the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Source: Stylebubble

allthenobodyppl:

Bowie’s Reality era clothing designs at the David Bowie Is exhibit in the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Source: Stylebubble

May 31 '13
allthenobodyppl:

David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Concept art for the Saturday Night Live outfit Bowie wore during his duet of “The Man Who Sold The World” with Klaus Nomi.
Transcript of Bowie’s notes:

“The man who sold the world
sleeves real materialtramp-like-but onlymono - chrome tone chrome(black & white & grey!!!)
maybe im wrong about color?what do you think
access into andout of to be easy,(back - door gate?)”

Source: Stylebubble

allthenobodyppl:

David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Concept art for the Saturday Night Live outfit Bowie wore during his duet of “The Man Who Sold The World” with Klaus Nomi.

Transcript of Bowie’s notes:

“The man who sold the world

sleeves real material
tramp-like-but only
mono - chrome tone chrome
(black & white & grey!!!)

maybe im wrong about color?
what do you think

access into and
out of to be easy,
(back - door gate?)”

Source: Stylebubble

May 30 '13
allthenobodyppl:

Bowie’s Ashes to Ashes storyboard at the David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Source: Stylebubble

allthenobodyppl:

Bowie’s Ashes to Ashes storyboard at the David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Source: Stylebubble

May 28 '13

allthenobodyppl:

Five unique people, five remarkable encounters with Ziggy Stardust are revealed for the first time in a new TV film.

Rick Wakeman, 1971: He was to hit the big time with prog rock legends Yes. But in 1971 the classically trained keyboard player was still a relative unknown, despite having played with Bowie on the Space Oddity album in 1969. Then came the call to join him on Hunky Dory… (X)

Dick Cavett, 1974: When the U.S. chat show host whose fame rivalled that of Johnny Carson interviewed Bowie in late 1974, the star was at the peak of his drug mania. Cavett was understandably anxious… (X)

Carlos Alomar, 1975: He’s the guitarist who helped give Bowie his first U.S. No 1 single, Fame, and played on more of his albums than anyone. But his first thought on meeting him was that he desperately needed fattening up… (X)

Robert Fripp, 1977: The King Crimson guitarist - and Toyah Wilcox’s husband - is famous for his improvised playing on Heroes (1977) and Scary Monsters (1980). He recalls how Bowie made him an offer he couldn’t refuse… (X)

Nile Rodgers, 1983: When Bowie decided to make a dance album, who would produce it? It was obvious… the man behind disco giants Chic and Sister Sledge. (X)

Source: The Daily Mail

May 26 '13

allthenobodyppl:

Some 90s Outside/Earthling Era stuff at the David Bowie Is exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

First picture is a wallpaper design Bowie did during the Outside Era. It is a Laura Ashley wallpaper that has a repeat print of David Bowie’s portrait of Lucian Freud (source).

Second picture is the Verbasizer program that Bowie used as his new cut up lyrics technique (source).

Source of pictures: Stylebubble

May 25 '13

(Source: sernicore)

May 17 '13

allthenobodyppl:

Source: NME Magazine, May 18, 2013.

May 16 '13

allthenobodyppl:

Ten animated illustrations for each of the ten songs on Aladdin Sane.

Source.