20 Artistic Visions of David Bowie

20 artists David Bowie

Heavy Metal editor Frank Forte did some digging and found these 20—and surely there are more—portraits of the late David Bowie, by a wide variety of artists. Most are portraits of Bowie, although a few are Bowie-fied portraits of other famous faces. But the point is—Bowie is, was, and shall remain everywhere. Forever and ever, Amen.

David Bowie by Byrdie


David Bowie by Macey Loueiro

Macey Loueiro

David Bowie by Nicholas Redfunkovich

Nicholas Redfunkovich

David Bowie by Niell Loughlin

Niell Loughlin

David Bowie by artist unknown

David vs. David, artist unknown

David Bowie by Chris Wahl

Chris Wahl

David Bowie by David Mack

David Mack

David Bowie by Robert Phelps

Robert Phelps

David Bowie by Mar Chese

Mar Chese

David Bowie by Paul Moyse

Paul Moyse

David Bowie by Mr. Brainwash

Mr. Brainwash

David Bowie by Corol Feijo

Corol Feijo

David Bowie by Patrice Murciano

Patrice Murciano

David Bowie by Point Blank Art

Point Blank Art

David Bowie by artist unknown

“Rebel Rebel,” artist unknown

David Bowie by Sebastian Kruger

Sebastian Kruger

David Bowie by Jovana Kolic

Jovana Kolic

David Bowie by Matt Layzell

Matt Layzell

David Bowie by Phil Noto

Phil Noto

David Bowie by artist unknown

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