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  • David Bowie Ziggy Stardust paste up street art on Brick Lane on 24th March 2022 in East London, United Kingdom. Brick Lane is a street in the East End borough of Tower Hamlets which runs from Bethnal Green down through Spitalfields to Whitechapel. Today, it is the heart of the countrys Bangladeshi community with the vicinity known to some as Banglatown. Brick Lane is known as a centre for creative people and arts, especially street art and graffiti art, as well as it’s many Bangladeshi / Indian restaurants, known as curry houses.
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  • David Bowie Ziggy Stardust paste up street art on Brick Lane on 24th March 2022 in East London, United Kingdom. Brick Lane is a street in the East End borough of Tower Hamlets which runs from Bethnal Green down through Spitalfields to Whitechapel. Today, it is the heart of the countrys Bangladeshi community with the vicinity known to some as Banglatown. Brick Lane is known as a centre for creative people and arts, especially street art and graffiti art, as well as it’s many Bangladeshi / Indian restaurants, known as curry houses.
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  • David Okagbue of Stoke City U23s (left) clears the ball as Kieron Bowie of Fulham U23s closes in during the Premier League 2 Division 2 match at the Bet 365 Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent<br />
Picture by Robert Sambles/Focus Images Ltd 07931 320646<br />
24/01/2022
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
Ugo Vasarely (grandson of Victor Vasarely)<br />
President of Vasarely Éditions<br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
Ugo Vasarely (grandson of Victor Vasarely)<br />
President of Vasarely Éditions<br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
Ugo Vasarely (grandson of Victor Vasarely)<br />
President of Vasarely Éditions<br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
Art handlers install the exhibition <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
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  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
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    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
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    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
    Franks_Self...jpg
    add to lightbox
    add to cart
  • Selfridges unveil a major Victor Vasarely (French Op Art optical illusions pioneer) exhibition at Selfridges, Oxford Street, London, Great Britain <br />
13th January 2022 <br />
<br />
55 works on show – none of which have been seen in the UK in over 50 years<br />
<br />
Vasarely is a legendary design figure, his famous commissions include the Renault<br />
logo and the cover art for David Bowie’s 1969 album Space Oddity<br />
<br />
Vasarely shot to fame in the 1960s and fans of his work included Andy Warhol and<br />
Yoko Ono<br />
<br />
<br />
37 works will be on sale for up to £400,000<br />
<br />
The exhibition is part of Universe, a project in partnership with Fondation Vasarely<br />
and French fashion house Paco Rabanne<br />
<br />
1,8000 exclusive NFTs will also be available for sale (prices range from £2,000<br />
to over £100,000)<br />
<br />
In a global first, NFTs will be available to purchase in a bricks and mortar retailer at<br />
Selfridges London<br />
<br />
Photograph by Elliott Franks
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • Pictured: (L-R) Roger Ferris, Christine Hatton, Stella Hatton and David Bowie of the Konrads.<br />
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • Pictured: Roger Ferris at his home in Pembroke Dock, Wales, UK. Friday 07 January 2022<br />
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
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Pictured: Former James Bond, Roger Moore showed real artistic flair<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Iconic cartoonist, Gerald Scarfe<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Photographer, David Bailey famed for his black and white photos went for a colourful self-portrait<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Film Director, Federico Fellini who died in 1993<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: David Bowie abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Musician, Phil Collins on the drums<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Ringo Star produced a smiling portrait<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Eric Clapton<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Bob Monkhouse's drawing is of an excellent standard. <br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Model, Cindy Crawford<br />
<br />
A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Self depreciating cricketer, David Gower.<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
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The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
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Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Designer, Manolo Blahnik<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
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Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
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The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
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Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Fashion Designer, Giorgio Armani <br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
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The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Late comic, Victoria Wood had a unique self portrait<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Stephen Fry <br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Iconic cartoonist, Gerald Scarfe<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Frankie Howerd<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Former PM, Harold Wilson<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
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A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Christopher Lee <br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Antony Sher<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Actor, Jeremy Irons<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Bridget Bardot<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Anthony Hopkins<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Actor, Oliver Reed<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Judi Dench<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Joanna Lumley drew herself in a blue top<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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Pictured: Ben Kingsley produced a very somber drawing<br />
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A fascinating collection of 160 charity self-portraits from music, acting and comedic legends have sold for £20,000.<br />
<br />
A-listers including David Bowie, Brigitte Bardot and Ronnie Wood drew themselves and donated the artwork to Save The Children in the early 1990s.<br />
<br />
Three decades on, the watercolours and drawings emerged on the market for the first time through an undisclosed source with Parker Fine Art Auctions, of Farnham, Surrey.<br />
<br />
The top performer was Bowie's abstract 9.75ins by 9ins self-portrait, showing two eyes and his signature, which went for £2,400.<br />
<br />
Kenny Everett's banana self-portrait made £170, while cricketer David Gower's self-deprecating effort, featuring his curly hair and the comment 'may I have another go' after a dismissal, fetched a bargain £25.
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  • Shahpari Nazemi, David Bowie, Michael White, Lord Palumbo, David Bailey, Serpentine Gallery Summer party in a glass and steel pavilion designed by Toyo Ito and Arup. . tuesday 9 July 2002. © Copyright Photograph by Dafydd Jones 66 Stockwell Park Rd. London SW9 0DA Tel 020 7733 0108 www.dafjones.com
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  • Coins are packaged for shipping Thursday Nov. 4, 2021 at Shire Post Mint, a West Fork company that makes collectable coins and other items based on various fantasy franchises. The business has recently secured the licensing through Jim Henson’s company to the classic 1986 film Labryinth starring Hensons’s muppets, David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. For more information about Shirt Post Mint see https://www.shirepost.com/  Visit nwaonline.com/210001114Daily/ (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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  • Ben Meehan of Fayetteville puts wax seals on packaging for coins Thursday Nov. 4, 2021 at Shire Post Mint, a West Fork company that makes collectable coins and other items based on various fantasy franchises. The business has recently secured the licensing through Jim Henson’s company to the classic 1986 film Labryinth starring Hensons’s muppets, David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. For more information about Shirt Post Mint see https://www.shirepost.com/  Visit nwaonline.com/210001114Daily/ (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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  • Woody Maringer uses a machine to imprint coins Thursday Nov. 4, 2021 at Shire Post Mint, a West Fork company that makes collectable coins and other items based on various fantasy franchises. Maringer is the operations manager for the business. The business has recently secured the licensing through Jim Henson’s company to the classic 1986 film Labryinth starring Hensons’s muppets, David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. For more information about Shirt Post Mint see https://www.shirepost.com/. Visit nwaonline.com/210001114Daily/ (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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  • Woody Maringer uses a drill press to make a hole in a coin Thursday Nov. 4, 2021 at Shire Post Mint, a West Fork company that makes collectable coins and other items based on various fantasy franchises. Maringer is the operations manager for the business. The business has recently secured the licensing through Jim Henson’s company to the classic 1986 film Labryinth starring Hensons’s muppets, David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly. For more information about Shirt Post Mint see https://www.shirepost.com/  Visit nwaonline.com/210001114Daily/ (NWA Democrat-Gazette/J.T. Wampler)
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures. 25/10/2021. LONDON, UK.  Exterior of a David Bowie pop-up shop in Heddon Street in the West End.  Open 75 days before the late singer’s 75th birthday, the pop-up is located close to where Bowie posed as Ziggy Stardust on the cover of his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spider from Mars.  The store sells limited edition records and memorabilia curated by his estate and will be open until January 2022. A sister shop will open in New York and both form part of a year long celebration of David Bowie’s 75th birthday.  Photo credit: Stephen Chung/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures. 25/10/2021. LONDON, UK. Bowie fan, Farida Doss, with the Ziggy Stardust album at the opening of a David Bowie pop-up shop in Heddon Street in the West End.  Open 75 days before the late singer’s 75th birthday, the pop-up is located close to where Bowie posed as Ziggy Stardust on the cover of his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spider from Mars.  The store sells limited edition records and memorabilia curated by his estate and will be open until January 2022. A sister shop will open in New York and both form part of a year long celebration of David Bowie’s 75th birthday.  Photo credit: Stephen Chung/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures. 25/10/2021. LONDON, UK. Bowie fan, Farida Doss, with the Ziggy Stardust album at the opening of a David Bowie pop-up shop in Heddon Street in the West End.  Open 75 days before the late singer’s 75th birthday, the pop-up is located close to where Bowie posed as Ziggy Stardust on the cover of his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spider from Mars.  The store sells limited edition records and memorabilia curated by his estate and will be open until January 2022. A sister shop will open in New York and both form part of a year long celebration of David Bowie’s 75th birthday.  Photo credit: Stephen Chung/LNP
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