So are we all just ignoring the fact that he was from a different plane of existence?
not only did he invent using meme as an adjective, he invented vaporwave
>At the stroke of midnight on Sept. 1, 1998, BowieNet powered up. The press release, which declared the start of the service as an “all-out cyberspace celebration,” made some unbelievably bold promises for the time, including “webcast performances” by popular artists, live video feeds of David Bowie’s studio, as well as video interviews.
>BowieNet is pleased to bring you an incredibly exciting and cool new Internet experience, BowieWorld by Worlds.com. BowieWorld takes you on an incredible Internet experience in the hippest 3D, interactive, real time, virtual site on the Web. >With BowieWorld by Worlds.com, you will be able to enter, explore, and chat in nine different and exciting BowieWorlds -- and over 100 exciting additional 3D worlds.
>Ben: BowieWorld includes an eerie garden, a breathtaking Chaos space, an incredibly creative virtual theatre, an art gallery showing David's original works, a 3D David Bowie store, the church, plus a Bowie inspired street maze and Decade Alley…
I'm glad we were able to briefly share a planet with this legend.
He thought Americans pronounced "mime" as "meme", talked about it in an NPR podcast a while ago.
No he didn't, he was piggybacking off of Worlds.com's already established aesthetic (which vaporwave was piggybacking off of when it started).
p. good. this one even has greek sculptures in it:
is that even a question