£125.00 – £295.00
Steve Strange was one of the most influential figures behind the “New Romantic” pop culture movement of the early 1980’s emerging from the London nightclub scene. The so-called “Blitz Kids” were the product of a club night in Covent Garden with a strict dress code which became an experimental fashion platform for the post-punk generation.
Along with co-host and Visage bandmate Rusty Egan, Strange launched a cultural revolution credited with influencing a generation of musicians including most notably David Bowie who he later collaborated with in the video for “Ashes to Ashes” (1980).
Steve Strange Gold Outfit – 1984
Photographed here in 1984 by Chris Duffy in a striking gold outfit. Chris and Steve became great friends over the years and worked together on many shoots creatively driving each other. Strange had a vast imagination for creating unique looks. This image was later used in 2010 for the cover of the Visage greatest hits album.
This fantastic image is available in two options:
Standard Archival Quality 7.5″x 5″ Giclee Print in a 12″x 12″ mount. This is the same size as a vinyl record sleeve for convenient framing.
Standard Archival Quality 10″ x 8″ in a 19.5″ x 19.5″ mount. This is our largest open edition option.
If you would like a larger or limited edition print, feel free to contact us.
All images are supplied ready for you to frame and are supplied with your choice of either a Black or a White acid-free mount.
A mount is a paper-based border that you see around professionally framed images which sits between the frame and the image. The mount adds an extra decorative element to the framed piece but also prevents the image from making contact with the glass. Contact between a photographic image and glass may cause problems over time.
10" x 8", 7.5" x 5"