One day, you’re relaxing on a Cretaceous tree chillin’ with some dinos. The next day, you’re trapped in amber for 100 million years.
Your dad, your stepdad, and a load of 20-year-olds in horrible flares.
Nearly 50 years ago, Bowie's Ziggy Stardust was inspired by a wonderful musician in Texas who sometimes (still) gets naked on stage.
We talked to the iconic photographer about the upcoming VICE Documentary Films / Straight Up Films-produced doc on his career spent shooting music's greatest legends.
We talked to Woodmansey about his new book and what it was like to rock with Bowie in the Ziggy Stardust era.
“It makes me feel physically sick throughout and I’ve not enjoyed living with it.”
We spoke to the iconic photographer and music-video pioneer about his relationship with David Bowie, his legendary subject and friend of over 40 years.
"He was how I got through my childhood."
From an anime style painting of Diamond Dogs to a modern day version of Ziggy Stardust.
Bowie was everything: a punk prophet and an arena-rock pioneer, a free spirit and a proud poser, an adept of black musical vanguards as well as white, a dynamo and an amalgamator and a shrewd hanger-on.