Bowie Mural In Brixton To Be Protected By Town Council

A mural of David Bowie that appears in the Brixton area of London will be protected by the Lambeth Town Council. The painting became an impromptu shrine to the Thin White Duke following his death earlier this year and will now be monitored for any forms of defacement.More »

By on March 27, 2016

A mural of David Bowie that appears in the Brixton area of London will be protected by the Lambeth Town Council. The painting became an impromptu shrine to the Thin White Duke following his death earlier this year and will now be monitored for any forms of defacement. The mural was painted by an Australian artist in 2013 in the Lambeth area of Brixton, in which Bowie was born and grew up. Fans poured to the site following Bowie’s death and it has since been covered with flowers and remembrances from fans. “Lambeth residents have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of affection visibly demonstrated by floral tributes, messages and people visiting the Bowie mural to pay their respects to this unique ‘Brixton boy’,” says the leader of the Lambeth Council Lib Peck. Copyright(c) 2016 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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