David Bowie, Aladdin Sane Negative, 1973 by Brian Duffy


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Considered one of the most iconic rock & roll images of all time, legendary British photographer Brian Duffy designed, staged and captured this image, which would serve as the album cover for David Bowie’s album Aladdin Sane. This widely known and oft-reproduced image is one of the defining elements of Bowie’s artistry, and this black and whtie negative of the image highlights its structural and textural intrigue. From the lines on Bowie’s lips to the contours of his cheekbones and collarbones, this negative gives us an alternate perspective on an already iconic image.

24" x 24" / Archival Pigment Print / Edition of 50 / Limited Edition Estate Stamped

40"x 40" / Archival Pigment Print / Edition of 25 / Limited Edition Estate Stamped

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Regular white matboard - Regular foam backing board - Regular plexiglass - Black wood frame

Upgraded Archival
Acid free backing board - UV protection plexiglass - Black wood frame

Museum Grade
Acid free backing board - 8-ply 100% Cotton rag matboard - Museum grade non-reflective plexiglass - Black stained ash hardwood frame