This week we said goodbye to rock-pop icon David Bowie. In memory of his legendary career and wide-reaching artistic impact, we've compiled a list of our favorite Bowie inspired works that have graced the walls of Spoke Art over the past few years.

 

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First up we have Andrew Spear's "Aladdin Sue-Sain Zissou" This limited edition print was apart of our annual Wes Anderson exhibition and portrays Sue Jorge, a Brazillian singer who covers some of Bowie's most famous songs in the acclaimed film, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. 

 

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Commissioned by the historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco to promote a screening of the 1986 classic "The Labyrinth" This print was created by Max Dalton and features Bowie dead center as the mysterious and musical Jareth the Goblin King.

 

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"Ziggy's Dream" by Matt Ritchie - an original painting created exclusively for our annual Wes Anderson exhibition. In Bowie's dreams, he's apart of the Zissou Team, Adidas and all! 

 

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It's a common belief that Bowie descended from the stars as an other-worldly creature, not unlike an alien. Gallery artist Serge Gay Jr. visualizes his extraterrestrial holiness in this amazing painting appropriately titled "Mars"

 

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Last but not least we have Paul Aisnworth's badass Zissou-Bowie mashup - "One Foot Off the Merry-Go-Round" Lest us not forget Bowie was arrested in 1976 for smoking those funny cigarettes not unlike our favorite protagonist, Mr. Steve Zissou. 

 

RIP David Bowie, you will be missed.