David Bowie - Aladdin Sane
David Bowie - Aladdin Sane
David Bowie touched the hearts, souls, minds and imaginations of people all around the world.
This Limited Edition David Bowie Art Print is only available on tragicohara.com .
"A small Jean Genie snuck off to the city
Strung out on lasers and slash-back blazers
Ate all your razors while pulling the waiters
Talking 'bout Monroe and walking on Snow White
New York's a go-go, and everything tastes right
Poor little Greenie, ooh-ooh”
'The Jean Geanie' - 'Aladdin Sane'
With a career which spanned 50 years he was always true to his art, reinventing himself on numerous occasions. It is unlikely we will ever see another artist with as much talent, heart and charisma as David Bowie. This Limited Edition art print is only available here on tragicohara.com.
There are only 50 available in A3 and A4 size. These prints will never be reproduced.
This is a wonderful Digital Fine Art Print which are loved by visual artists and art lovers around the world. Digital Prints have a handmade feel, they are vibrant, bold and will look stunning in your home.
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This David Bowie Poster is the perfect gift for any fan of the Thin White Duke.
I have been a David Bowie fan since first hearing “Space Oddity” as a teenager.
His music, style, art and even his film roles are unparalleled. We will most likely never see another musician who was more ahead of the curve than The Thin White Duke.
I’ve done many the Bowie Cover in my time but there aren’t many that made their way onto film. This is a version of Ashes to Ashes I played on my Live Stream with multi instrumentalist Emma Durkan.
Print Sizes and Quantities
A4 - W 210mm x H 297mm - Limited Edition only 50 prints Available
A3 - W 297mm x H 420mm - Limited Edition only 50 prints Available
UK - £4.95
EU - £12.95
USA and Canada - £16.95
ROW - £17.95
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There will never be another David Bowie and quite rightly so. The man was engrained in every corner of the creative industries penning songs for the likes of Iggy Pop and Lou Reed, making movies, art, producing and quite possibly the appearing in funniest cameo I have ever seen in Ricky Gervais’ Extras. If you haven’t seen it then check it out below.
He was fiercely defensive when it came to who he worked with and the calibre of artist he was associated with turning down the likes of Chris Martin of Coldplay. The band had once contacted Mr Bowie asking if he would like to collaborate on an upcoming track and the Thin White Duke himself wrote back “It’s not a very good song, is it?” Bearing in mind the man worked with Freddie Mercury, Mick Jagger and John Lennon. Coldplay have never held any grudges over this because it is know throughout the world that Bowie would never put his name to something he never was proud of. He did do a voice in the Sponge Bob Square Pants movie but the less Chris Martin knows about that the better.
There is no denying how influential David Bowie was and still is. One of my favourite things about Bowie beside his ear for melody and harmony is his vivid lyrics:
I'M AN ALLIGATOR, I'M A MAMA-PAPA COMING FOR YOU
I'M THE SPACE INVADER, I'LL BE A ROCK 'N' ROLLIN' BITCH FOR YOU
KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT, YOU'RE SQUAWKING LIKE A PINK MONKEY BIRD
AND I'M BUSTING UP MY BRAINS FOR THE WORDS
KEEP YOUR 'LECTRIC EYE ON ME BABE
PUT YOUR RAY GUN TO MY HEAD
PRESS YOUR SPACE FACE CLOSE TO MINE, LOVE
FREAK OUT IN A MOONAGE DAYDREAM OH YEAH
“Moonage Daydream' - 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars'
Everything he wrote paints a picture in my mind. I once heard a story growing up that he used to write random words and put them in a hat. While he was writing a song he would pull something out and construct lyrics around it. The person telling me this story justified it by saying “How else would have he came up with the Spiders from Mar?” To this day I still don’t know if its true, I’ve never googled it and I have no intention of doing so. The idea of this is good enough for me and I’ll keep telling the story regardless.
David Bowie will be sadly missed and as the great gig in the sky gets one more act to join the already stacked bill', there is a gaping void left here on earth. Our space alien has left earth and there is no one on the horizon who will ever be able to fill the boots of the Thin White Duke.