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Aladdin Sane Print Pencil Signed By David Bowie And Celia Philo

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Aladdin Sane Print Pencil Signed By David Bowie And Celia Philo

Date: Nov 2008

Signed By: David Bowie & Celia Philo In Pencil

Edition: 195 Prints available World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19" / Paper 26 x 27"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New/ Mint Condition

Medium: Screen Print And Archival Giclee On 330 GSM Somerset Fine Art Paper

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aladdin sane print signed davie bowie
Reviewed by steven griffin from USA

exceeds expectations, top quality artwork faithfully reproduced as giclee and screenprint. I wish I had found and bought it years ago, but am delighted to have it now. a must for any Bowie fan!! print quality only exceeded by service given by St. Pauls Gallery

October 2011
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David Bowie Aladdin Sane
Reviewed by John Bilverstone from Huntingdon, England

This iconic album cover is a must for all Bowie fans. It does not disappoint in any way. The colours are bold and superb, the detail perfect and to cap it all Bowie's signature is fantastic.

November 2009
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Iconic
Reviewed by Dan Kohler from Chicago

Simply one of the best album covers of all time, and it's signed by David Bowie. Smashing.

November 2009

Date: Nov 2008

Signed By: David Bowie & Celia Philo In Pencil

Edition: 195 Prints available World Wide

Dimensions: Image 19 x 19" / Paper 26 x 27"

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New/ Mint Condition

Medium: Screen Print And Archival Giclee On 330 GSM Somerset Fine Art Paper

Credit: Celia Philo, Copyright St Pauls Gallery.

The photos were taken late in the evening & several different shots of David Bowies torso had been taken as we knew we wanted to create the genie look which was used inside when the make up artist suggested putting the lightning flash from the bands drum kit across Davids face, and Philip Castle, famous for his artwork for Stanley Kubricks film, A Clockwork Orange, was enlisted to create the silver air brushed Aladdin and to put the tear drop resting in the collar bone.
I do remember seeing the first contact sheets of the head & shoulders & realising we had a knock out image on our hands I have lost count of how many times it has been reproduced !and the rest is history. I think it was before one used to see punks walking down the kings road with strong statements in face painting,but I might be wrong about that.
Credit: Celia Philo, Copyright St Pauls Gallery