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Bowie's interest in German Expressionism and the Weimar era took in the work of artist Erich Heckel. Heckel's 1917 (link:) painting and woodcut of the character 'Roquairol' directly influenced the cover of "Heroes" and Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot'.

As a young man he had discovered a pile of old copies of Punch Magazine in a second-hand bookshop in Christchurch . Deeply impressed by the work of Charles Keene , Linley Sambourne and Phil May , Low decided he wanted to become a cartoonist. In his autobiography he wrote: "The more I poured over the intricate technical quality of these artists the more difficult did drawing appear. How impossible that one could ever become an artist! But then I came on Phil May, who combined quality with apparent facility. Once having discovered Phil May I never let him go." (3)


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