Our Favourite 5 David Bowie Prints

Iconic Snapshots of a True Musical Icon

If you want to add some interest to a room, then why not hang a David Bowie print by Geoff MacCormack on the wall?

If you’re something of a rock and roll superfan, then David Bowie will need no introduction. As iconic now as he was in his heyday, he remains one of the definitive rock stars. Why not show your love for the great man by adding some Geoff MacCormack David Bowie prints to your home? Here are five of our favourites.

Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1973

Showing a relaxed David Bowie in full Ziggy Stardust makeup mere moments before he stepped on stage at the Hammersmith Odeon in London, this picture gives a rare insight into the man behind the persona. Graham MacCormack said that he couldn’t believe how calm Bowie was before his concerts ‘To this day, I found it remarkable how serene he was only moments before showtime.’, he recalled.

You can find it here:  https://www.geoffmaccormack.com/david-bowie-hammersmith-odeon-london-1973-mac004/

Los Angeles 1975

Have you always wanted to have a piece of musical history on your wall? Then look no further! This print features David Bowie writing the lyrics to Station to Station at Cherokee Studio in Los Angeles. This would of course go on to become a rock and roll classic. This black and white print is classic and understated, making it a great fit for any home. Geoff MacCormack always managed to capture David at his most unguarded, at this shows a musical genius at work.

You can find it here: https://www.geoffmaccormack.com/los-angeles-1975-mac024/

New Mexico 1975

David Bowie was a master of turning it one for the cameras, and his iconic looks have become part of musical history – and are still emulated today! That’s what makes candid shots of the man such a joy to look at. This print, taken during a stop in New Mexico in the mid-1970’s, shows Bowie chatting away while sitting in front of a colourful shop window. Geoff MacCormack said that he loved ‘the colours in this shot and the fact that there’s so much to view in one image.’


The Man Who Fell To Earth, 1975

Sometimes the best photographs come about as nothing more than the result of good luck. This striking, head-on portrait of David Bowie was taken during the filming of The Man Who Fell to Earth, one of his earlier cinematic roles. He was as accomplished an actor as he was a musician, and his intent gaze and star quality are proof of that. This print will be a real conversation piece in your home.

You can find it here: https://www.geoffmaccormack.com/david-bowie-the-man-fell-to-earth-1975-mac011/

Trans Siberia Express, 1973

Touring the world comes with the territory when you are a musical icon, and this photograph shows how different it was in the 1970’s, Pictured asleep on the Trans-Siberia express with a large number of empty bottles beside him, Bowie perfectly embodies rock and roll excess – but shows how much better the stars of today have it!

You can find it here: https://www.geoffmaccormack.com/david-bowie-trans-siberia-express-1973-mac003/

The perfect addition to any space

Whether you plan to add them to your living space or maybe even a music room, any one of these David Bowie prints will look fantastic on the wall in your home. His flair for the outlandish and his daring to be different inspired legions of fans all over the world – and maybe some of that fearlessness and imagination will rub off on you once you hang one of these prints up!