This abstract street art ‘portrait’ with the words “Rebel” at the top — which is an obvious nod to David Bowie’s Aladdin Sane album cover — is painted at end of the trash bin corral adjacent to Alternative Apparel clothing store at 281 Lafayette Street. It’s just a short stroll down the block from Bowie’s former residence at 285 Lafayette Street, where his widow, Iman, and daughter Lexi still reside. Daniel Winchester is the artist. A friend who used be the family’s dog nanny told me that this piece actually went up a week after David died. I can’t believe I just noticed it, and how great it stills looks. David Bowie Forever.
Putting on your red shoes and dancing the blues away can really work up a sweat. Be sure to scrub up after you get down with this David Bowie-themed Soap duo by Dirty Grl, makers of fun, bold soap that is all natural and animal friendly.
- Handmade vegan soap
- Bowie made with cocoa butter, geranium, coconut oil, argan oil, mica powder, sustainable palm oil, and safflower oil
- Bolt made with sandalwood, activated charcoal, coconut oil, sustainable palm oil, safflower oil, jojoba, shea butter, and mica powder
If it’s not already sold out you can buy at This Link while supplies last!