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Aladdin Sane Print Pencil Signed By David Bowie And Celia Philo

FREE SHIPPING Limited Edition Album Cover Fine Art Memorabilia
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

British Pounds£2750
US Dollars$4630
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Aladdin Sane Print Signed Bowie , Celia Philo And Philip Castle

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Aladdin Sane Print Signed  Bowie , Celia Philo And Philip Castle

Date: 2008

Signed By: Signed By David Bowie, celia Philo & Philip castle

Edition: 195 Prints World Wide

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

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Screen Print & Archival Giclee methods

British Pounds£2950
US Dollars$4966
Euros€3640
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David Bowie Hunky Dory Print Signed By Bowie And Artist Terry Pastor

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David Bowie Hunky Dory Print Signed By Bowie And Artist Terry Pastor

Date: 1971 (Published 2007)

Signed By: David Bowie & Terry Pastor In Pencil

Edition: 195 World Wide

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

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee On Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£2650
US Dollars$4461
Euros€3270
Japanese Yen¥454872

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David Bowie Original 1972 Limited Edition Plymouth Guildhall Poster

Limited Edition Poster Print
David Bowie Original 1972 Limited Edition Plymouth Guildhall Poster

Date: 1972

Edition: Under 1000

Dimensions: 23 x 18 inches

Condition: Good Condition

Medium: Black Silk Screen Seriagraph Print

British Pounds£245
US Dollars$412
Euros€302
Japanese Yen¥42054

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David Bowie Signed The Archer Limited Edition Print By John Rowlands

THREE DIFFERENT SIZES AVAILABLE. Also Signed By Photographer John Rowlands.
David Bowie Signed The Archer Limited Edition Print By John Rowlands

Date: published 2013. Photograph taken 1976

Signed By: David Bowie and photographer John Rowlands in pencil

Edition: 100 World Wide

Dimensions: Please see sizes next to prices below

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - Mint Condition

Medium: Archival Giclee print with pigment inks on 330 gsm heavy stock art paper

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David Bowie Signed Ziggy Stardust Pencil By Artist Terry Pastor

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David Bowie Signed Ziggy Stardust Pencil By Artist Terry Pastor

Date: 1972 Published 2006

Signed By: David Bowie & Terry Pastor In Pencil

Edition: 195 World Wide

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

Atelier: Kaleidoscope, UK

Condition: New

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee on Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£2850
US Dollars$4798
Euros€3517
Japanese Yen¥489202

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David Bowie V&A Limited Edition Life Mask by Nicholas Boxall

300 World Wide Limited Edition Sculpture Victoria And Albert Exhibition
David Bowie V&A Limited Edition Life Mask by Nicholas Boxall

Date: 2013

Signed By: Nicholas Boxall In The Plaster

Edition: Limited Edition of 300 World Wide

Dimensions: 8 x 5.5 inches

Condition: New - Mint Condition

Medium: Plaster

Description: As Exhibited At The Victoria And Albert Museum

British Pounds£450
US Dollars$758
Euros€555
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Hunky Dory Print Signed By David Bowie And Rick Wakeman

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Hunky Dory Print Signed By David Bowie And Rick Wakeman

Date: 1971 (Published 2007)

Signed By: David Bowie, Rick Wakeman & Terry Pastor In Pencil

Edition: 10 Prints Signed By Rick Wakeman From The Edition Of 195 World Wide

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

Atelier: Dekkel Fine Art Publishing

Condition: New - mint condition

Medium: Screenprint & Giclee On Somerset Velvet Enhanced, 330 gsm

British Pounds£2900
US Dollars$4882
Euros€3579
Japanese Yen¥497785

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David Bowie Signed Prints

St Pauls Gallery have available the album cover artwork from
three of David Bowie's finest early albums. Hunky Dory,
Ziggy Stardust & Aladdin Sane prints have all been signed by
both the original cover artists / designers and David Bowie
himself.
Artists / Designers include Terry Pastor & Celia Philo.
Hunky Dory is the fourth album by English singer-songwriter
David Bowie, released by RCA Records in 1971 (see 1971 in
music). It was Bowie's first release through RCA, which
would be his label for the next decade. Hunky Dory has been
described by Allmusic's Stephen Thomas Erlewine as having "a
kaleidoscopic array of pop styles, tied together only by
Bowie's sense of vision: a sweeping, cinematic m?ge of high
and low art, ambiguous sexuality, kitsch, and class".
With the departure from Bowie's camp of Tony Visconti and
his replacement on bass by Trevor Bolder, Hunky Dory was the
first production featuring all the members of the band that
would become known the following year as Ziggy Stardust's
'Spiders From Mars'. Also debuting with Bowie, in Visconti's
place as producer, was another key member of the Ziggy
phase, Ken Scott. The album's sleeve would bear the credit
"Produced by Ken Scott (assisted by the actor)". The "actor"
was Bowie himself, whose "pet conceit", in the words of NME
critics Roy Carr and Charles Shaar Murray, was "to think of
himself as an actor".Musical biographer David Buckley said
of Hunky Dory, "Its almost easy-listening status and
conventional musical sensibility has detracted from the fact
that, lyrically, this record lays down the blueprint for
Bowie's future career." The opening track, "Changes",
focused on the compulsive nature of artistic reinvention
("Strange fascination, fascinating me / Changes are taking
the pace I'm going through") and distancing oneself from the
rock mainstream ("Look out, you rock 'n' rollers"). However,
the composer also took time to pay tribute to his influences
with the tracks "Song for Bob Dylan", "Andy Warhol" and the
Velvet Underground inspired "Queen Bitch".

Following the hard rock of Bowie's previous album The Man
Who Sold the World, Hunky Dory saw the partial return of the
fey pop singer of Space Oddity, with light fare such as
"Kooks" (dedicated to his young son, known to the world as
Zowie Bowie but legally named Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones)
and the cover "Fill Your Heart" sitting alongside heavier
material like the occult-tinged "Quicksand" and the semi-
autobiographical "The Bewlay Brothers". Between the two
extremes was "Oh! You Pretty Things", whose pop tune hid
lyrics, inspired by Nietzsche, predicting the imminent
replacement of modern man by "the Homo Superior", and which
has been cited as a direct precursor to "Starman" from
Bowie's next album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and
the Spiders from Mars.
Bowie had been without a recording contract when he started
work on the album at Trident Studios in April 1971. RCA
Records in New York heard the tapes and signed him to a
three-album deal on September 9, 1971 (1971-09-09),
releasing Hunky Dory two months later. Supported by the
single "Changes", the album scored generally favourable
reviews and sold reasonably well on its initial release,
without being a major success. Melody Maker called it "the
most inventive piece of song-writing to have appeared on
record in a considerable time", while NME described it as
Bowie "at his brilliant best". Stateside, Rolling Stone
opined "Hunky Dory not only represents Bowie's most engaging
album musically, but also finds him once more writing
literally enough to let the listener examine his ideas
comfortably, without having to withstand a barrage of
seemingly impregnable verbiage before getting at an idea".
However, it was only after the commercial breakthrough of
Ziggy Stardust in mid-1972 that Hunky Dory became a hit,
climbing to #3 in the UK charts.[11] In 1973, RCA released
"Life on Mars?" as a single, which also made #3 in the UK.

In 1998 Q magazine readers voted Hunky Dory the 43rd
greatest album of all time, while in 2000 the same magazine
placed it at number 16 in its list of the 100 Greatest
British Albums Ever. In 2003, the album was ranked number
107 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest
albums of all time. In the same year, the TV network VH1
placed it at number 47 and the Virgin All-Time Top 1000
Albums chart placed it at position 16. In 2004, it was
ranked #80 on Pitchfork Media's Top 100 Albums of the 1970s.
In 2006, TIME magazine chose it as one of the 100 best
albums of all time.