From previously unreleased films to music videos to demos, David Bowie's artwork is still reaching fans in brand new ways after his death. Now, newly realized information has given more meaning to Bowie's Blackstar album cover. When placed under sunlight, the album's artwork transforms into a field of glowing stars. Once the light source is removed, the stars fade away again.

In a recent interview with Dezeen, designer Jonathon Barnbrook discussed the process of putting the art together. "It's subsided a bit now, but a lot of people said it was a bullshit cover when it came out, that it took five minutes to design," Barnbrook said. "But I think there is a misunderstanding about the simplicity." Now we know what he means.