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Mick Rock. David Bowie 'Changes' Lenticular

Edition of 500
Lenticular portrait, 18 x 26 in., in a floating mount, framed and ready to hang
US$ 750
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Four classic Mick Rock portraits of the scene shifting David Bowie blend seamlessly together in a single, framed lenticular portrait of the glam-Rock superstar. It is an experience that propels you right into the center of the Ziggy Stardust universe.

Edition of 500 signed by Mick Rock.

Classic Rock

David Bowie seen from all sides
In 1972, David Bowie released his groundbreaking album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. With it landed Bowie’s Stardust alter-ego: A glitter-clad, mascara-eyed, sexually ambiguous persona who kicked down the boundaries between male and female, straight and gay, fact and fiction into one shifting and sparkling phenomenon of ’70s self-expression. A key passenger on this glam trip into the stratosphere was fellow Londoner and photographer Mick Rock, who passed away in 2021. Rock bonded with Bowie artistically and personally, immersed himself in the singer’s inner circle, and, between 1972–1973, worked as Bowie’s official photographer shooting everything from candid backstage moments to official portraits, that have come to define the Ziggy Stardust era.

The lenticular approved by David Bowie in 2015 was the cover of the original Collector's Edition of Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie, 1972-1973 and the subsequent trade edition. Produced in collaboration with Mick Rock and approved by David Bowie's family, this unique artwork is now available and coming to your wall soon.

This ready to hang artwork is a framed, lenticular portrait on a floating mount combining four classic Mick Rock portrait photos of the scene shifting glam-Rock superstar, propelling you right into the center of the Ziggy Stardust universe.

Edition of 500 signed by Mick Rock.
The photographer

Mick Rock (1948–2021), was born in London and is known as “The Man who shot the seventies.” As well as David Bowie, he has photographed Lou Reed, Queen, Iggy Pop, Roxy Music and Blondie. He also produced and directed music videos for the classic Bowie songs: “John, I’m Only Dancing”, “The Jean Genie”, “Space Oddity” and “Life On Mars?”. Rock has had major exhibitions in London, New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.

Mick Rock. David Bowie 'Changes' Lenticular
Edition of 500
Lenticular portrait, 18 x 26 in., in a floating mount, framed and ready to hang
Mick Rock. David Bowie 'Changes' Lenticular
Mick Rock.
David Bowie 'Changes' Lenticular
Edition of 500
US$ 750
Mick Rock. David Bowie 'Changes' Lenticular