This is awesome.
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Found this today and thought the same.
So sad to hear he’s lost his fight with cancer. He was truly and will forever be a legend.
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I like the gifs of Bowie. He will be missed thoroughly. Let me reblog this.
I do as well. Thank you for the reblog.
My pleasure Kevin.
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This changing Gif of David Bowie’s profile from just caught my eye’s. He was one brilliant talent. He will surely be missed but his legacy has been printed on the sands of time.
Thanks for the reblog. I appreciate it.
Heard about him this morning. RIP Sir Bowie! 😔
Many, obviously, share your sentiment. As do I.
Saw this myself and thought it was really cool. Glad you posted it. He will be missed.
For whatever reason, I think this is a powerful blend of artistry and technology. It seems more compelling than a static drawing.
Yes, he constantly changed, evolved… The gif is such an appropriate tribute!
I added a link to the artist’s site – I didn’t get it there, but I kinda shoulda done that already…
Simply marvellous, Kevin. Would be nice if it could be slowed down a bit, though, so I could appreciate him better in his various incarnations.
This isn’t my creation, and I might like it slower as well. Still powerful.
Had a look, Kevin, that woman is definitely talented.
Pretty cool, huh? I just as talented, I just don’t like to show off.
The fearless David Bowie is. . . was one of my greatest artistic influences.
Now I’m going to listen to one of his early songs, “Memory of a Free Festival.” In case you’d like to join me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2t_dL_snBA
“Fearless” – that’s the perfect word to describe him.
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