Ode To London
Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, condition report available upon request
Arty-Fact: 'Ode To London' is a cultural 'Where's Wally?' of London's 'epicness'.
Every person featured and where they are placed, tells a mini story within the image.
For example: British born Hollywood legend, Elizabeth Taylor, lost, checking a map by the Thames and houses of Parliament. In front is the Camden street art by Trust Icon, of C. S Lewis' 'Alice in Wonderland' being warned by Victorian coppers for public drinking. Elizabeth Taylor famously battled with drink in her Hollywood 'wonderland'.
David Bowie's iconic star man portrait, with his final black star on his chest and street artist, Fanakapan's 'star' balloons floating in front of him. Bowie is also at the very centre of the piece on the black door.
Flanked by London royalty, fashion royalty (Westwood) and music royalty (Freddie Mercury), Bowie is discreetly centre stage as overall King - for being an icon of fashion, music and art.