As part of the V&A’s ‘David Bowie Is’ exhibition, the museum is offering an exclusive print that combines many versions of the singer's name.

As part of the V&A's ‘David Bowie Is' exhibit, Mark Blamire (aka ‘Blam') created a typographic print that simply reads his name many times. Blam asked 101 designers to create their own typeface or pick their favorite for ‘The Changing Faces of Bowie‘, creating a unique piece inspired by the singer's career. Blam combined the 101 Bowies together.

The print includes contributions from Build, The Chase, Spin, Nom de Strip, Studio NMO, Stockholm Design Lab, Monocle, Paul Belford, Corey Holms, Pentagram, Crispin Finn, Anthony Burrill, Wallpaper, Martyn Atkins, The Designers Republic, Trevor Jackson, and Jonathan Barnbrook.

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