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David Bowie is leaving hundreds of clues Postcard Collection||EVAEX

David Bowie is leaving hundreds of clues Postcard Collection||EVAEX

David Bowie is leaving hundreds of clues Postcard Collection||EVAEX

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        David Bowie is leaving hundreds of clues, exclusive collection of 50 postcards.

        This exclusive collection of 50 postcards accompanies the major V&A exhibition David Bowie is. With unprecedented access to The David Bowie Archive, this set uniquely brings together ephemera, lyrics, music and original design work in Bowie's own hand, alongside iconic back stage, tour and session photography. The collection is assembled in a two-part sliding box, with grosgrain ribbon lift and plastic sleeve case. Created exclusively for the V&A.

        Courtesy of The David Bowie Archive.

        Cover image: Session photographs for Aladdin Sane. Photograph by Brian Duffy, 1973.

        Photo Duffy © Duffy Archive & The David Bowie Archive.

        Title phrase by Paul Morley for the V&A.

        Graphic identity exclusively designed for the V&A by Barnbrook.

        Printed and made in England.

        Part of an exclusive product range to complement the V&A exhibition David Bowie is (23 March - 11 August 2013), featuring a signed collector's edition book, limited edition range of prints (including a new print pairing two session photographs for Aladdin Sane from 1973), album covers, exclusive t-shirts, stationery, fashion accessories and more.

        The exhibition will feature more than 300 objects that include handwritten lyrics, discography, original costumes, art, fashion, photography, film, music videos, set designs and Bowie's own instruments. Also on display are Ziggy Stardust bodysuits (1972) designed by Freddie Burretti, photography by Brian Duffy; album sleeve artwork by Guy Peellaert and Edward Bell; visual excerpts from films and live performances including The Man Who Fell to Earth, music videos such as Boys Keep Swinging and set designs created for the Diamond Dogs tour (1974).

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