The estate of rock icon David Bowie plans to “return” to celebrate the late singer’s 75th birthday next year.
Music legend performers are currently figuring out the details of the Bowie 75, which includes archival editions and artifacts that coincide with an important event in January.
In addition to documents, music and video releases submitted by the Jones / Tintoretto entertainment company, the family, along with his widow Iman and their children Alexandria and Duncan, are exploring the prospect of goods and souvenirs.
There are plans for collectors ’books and works of art, as well as other products such as clothing, shoes, ceramics and glassware.
The logo, which was submitted to the brand and to confirm copyright, shows the name of the star’s famous lightning symbol, Bowie 75.
According to the source, “David’s 75th birthday would be a big event and the property wants to celebrate it.
“There’s still a big appetite for more material, notes and other things for Bouie. It’s a great time to release some.
“Obviously, they want to be careful in keeping what David likes.”
Earlier this year, the family of stars signed a new deal with record-breaking giant Warner Music to take over control of much of Boui’s back catalog.
It includes a previously unreleased album called Toy, written in 2001 but not yet officially released to fans.
Boui died in January 2016, two days after his 69th birthday.
She battled liver cancer for 18 months.
But he kept his status a secret as he continued to work on his latest album, Blackstar, and the Broadway musical Lazarus.