David Bowie – Lodger Dressing Room 1979


Product reference: Z_1614_01

David Bowie – Lodger Dressing Room 1979

“He [Duffy] had a wonderful eye and a wonderful openness to see new things. He might not have liked some things but he never closed his eyes to anything; he tried to see what was the best of it.” – Sara Raeburn

Taken by Duffy during the fourth of the Five Sessions with David Bowie in 1979 for his thirteenth studio album and final album of his “Berlin Trilogy.” The final cover art was a collaboration between Duffy/Bowie and Derek Boshier tying the project together graphically.

In this rarely seen image of David preparing for the shoot with a bandaged hand which was actually the result of a coffee burn. Fortunately, this perfectly suited the dramatic imagery and added another aspect to the Lodger scene.

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Our Standard Archival Quality Pigment Ink Prints come in 12″x12″ mounts. Mounts are the same size as a vinyl record sleeve for convenient framing.

This image is 7.5″x 5″ in a 35mm portrait style mount.

All of our prints are supplied with either a Black or White mount.



Product reference: Z_1614_01