David Bowie graffiti around the world
A photo gallery of street art memorializing the artist.
David Bowie inspired many people, artists in particular. So much so that many artists around the world have sprayed his likeness onto city walls. In Tel Aviv, Israel, a city known for spectacular street art displays, the portrait above was stenciled onto a wall in a gallery-filled row on Gordon Street.
Here are some more of our favorite Bowie renditions from around the world:
An abstract painting on Brixton Street in London, where thousands of David Bowie fans gathered last night. (Photo: Alessandro Grussu/Flickr)
Artists paint Bowie in the UK's Southsea Skatepark. (Photo: Rusty Sheriff/Flickr)
Werregarenstraat (Graffiti Street) in Belgium. (Photo: Oriol Salvador/Flickr)
St.-Romain-au-Mont-d'Or, France displays a familiar portrait. (Photo: thierry ehrmann/Flickr)
The likeness again appears in Londrina, Brazil. (Photo: Marco Gomes/Flickr)
A photographer spotted this one in Reykjavik, Iceland, and wrote, "walking by an alley and what did I see, an image of Bowie looking out at at me." (Photo: Observe The Banana/Flickr)
David Bowie and Bob Marley in Bathurst Station alley in Toronto, Canada. (Photo: Aviva West/Flickr)
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