We've Launched a David Bowie Tribute Newspaper Book


All the ladies and gents here at I Just Love It Towers are all big fans of the great David Bowie, king of rock, who was known for his impressive musical transformations, including his character Ziggy Stardust.

When news of Bowie’s death was announced last Sunday, Twitter was swamped with heart-warming tributes from the likes of Madonna, Cher, Pharrell Williams and Kanye, posting about the loss of the musical icon.

David Bowie was – and will always be – deemed one of the most influential writers of pop music.

In honour of his life, we’re chuffed to announce the launch of our new and exclusive newspaper book, celebrating the life and career of the late David Bowie, who died after an 18-month battle with cancer on 10th January, aged 69.

Presented in a beautiful hand-bound hardcover, our exclusive piece of David Bowie memorabilia is full to bursting with picture-led news reports and statement headlines. It'd make an awesome keepsake for fans, who'll be able to look back at this personalised souvenir and reminisce about their musical idol.

Each printed page has been reproduced from an original, genuine Mirror newspaper article and highlights key life - and career - moments through reports documented over the past 50 years.

On hand in a bound, black leather design, it really is a handsome book, featuring intricate gold embossing on the front cover, with articles appearing in both black and white, and colour (from 2007).

Each reproduced news report has been printed onto premium paper to ensure original print quality remains as intact as possible. The front cover can also be personalised with a name, making it the perfect keepsake for any fan.

Mike Herbert, our director here at I Just Love It, said: “We’re very pleased to be able to announce the launch of our David Bowie tribute newspaper book. We wanted to produce a piece of memorabilia that showcased as many of Bowie’s personal and professional achievements as possible, as well as being something that could be treasured and kept for years to come. The added personalisation provides any fan with a unique piece of Bowie history tailored to them.

 “Our newspaper book is designed to be a true tribute to the late, and great, David Bowie and we hope our book helps to keep him alive in memory,” he adds.