During a discussion about the rich visual content of the album artwork for David Bowie’s self-titled album released in 1969, I found myself thinking of the iconic artwork found on the cover of The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine. As it turns out, The Beatles album was released in January 1969, some eleven months before David […]Read more "Bowie and The Beatles: Psychedelic Album Art of the 1960s"
Naturally, David Bowie’s eye-popping, mouth-watering, outfits are an unavoidable and unending topic in the discussion of his artistry. Quickly names and looks come to mind, like Freddie Burretti’s powder blue suit from Life on Mars? and Kansai Yamamoto’s Space Samurai worn throughout the Ziggy tour. These esteemed designers were further exalted by their responsibility for […]Read more "The Many Faces of David Bowie -Thanks to Pierre La Roche"
This comparison of Bowie’s “The London Boys” and The Who’s “I’ve Had Enough” indicates David Bowie’s progressive style and influential abilities.Read more "The London Boys have Had Enough"