If David Bowie had a hallmark of his career, it is almost certainly his ability to change.
The recording artist, who passed away Sunday night, leaves behind a legacy of fantastic, imaginative, and diverse styles that blur the lines between masculine and feminine.
"As an adolescent, I was painfully shy, withdrawn," Bowie said in a 1983 interview. "I didn't really have the nerve to sing my songs onstage and nobody else was doing them. I decided to do them in disguise so that I didn't have to actually go through the humiliation of going onstage and being myself."
It's impossible to visualize Bowie's stylistic legacy with one image; it's just too large and too varied. Instead, this interactive shows his many looks, running from the 1960s up through this year and covering more than 50 albums and movies. They show how much Bowie kept evolving over his impressive five-decade career.