David Bowie ZIGGY STARDUST Poster Tribute to Historic 1972 Rainbow Theater Show
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This is Bob Masse's beautiful tribute to David Bowie's historic appearance at the Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London on August 19, 1972. It is arguably the most important Ziggy Stardust concert ever staged. Bowie used this appearance to introduce a fusion of theater and multi-media to rock performances, totally revolutionary for its time. The concert was a huge critical success and was described at the time as "the most extravagant rock show ever produced in Britain."
Created under license.
Photo by Brian Ward
Includes a signed Certificate of Authenticity and Lifetime Guarantee (COA)
Size: 16 ¾" x 24" Condition: Mint
Legendary Canadian illustrator Bob Masse is one of rock's most seasoned and prolific poster artists, dating back to the '60s. But as his recent work shows, Bob's work is as cool today as ever. All the Masses we have are very nice -- ultra-mint with nice, bold signatures by Bob.
His mastery of typography and composition and his illustrative skill and imagination combined with our choice of great bands from Bob's collection make these nicely-priced posters excellent gifts for a fan of any of these bands, or a great source for decorators looking for fine art lithography with interesting and relevant themes and subjects in a wide variety of color pallets. This is good stuff -- hand-signed and nice to have around at a terrific price.