The Ritzy Cinema in Brixton pays tribute to their local boy.
Bowie was born in Brixton on 8 January 1947 and grew up in a house on Stansfield Road, which is still in place. Local reports say there are currently boards across the property's windows and nobody is answering calls at the door.
The Bowie family left Brixton when David was six and moved to the suburb of Bromley, but he's still very much associated with the south London area. A shop wall was painted by Australian street artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, with a Ziggy Stardust-era image of Bowie back in 2013.
This morning, flowers and cards were left at the mural as fans grieved the singer's death.
Several people on Twitter have also been sharing their own images of tributes to the beloved Bowie across the country, such as signs posted outside fire stations and in Heddon Street, London, where the artwork for Ziggy Stardust came to life.
Further tributes were left at Bowie's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and at his former home in Berlin, Germany.
Floral tributes are left beneath a mural of British singer David Bowie, painted by Australian street artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C, following the announcement of Bowie's death, in Brixton, south London, on January 11, 2016
A model with a tribute to the late David Bowie written on his back walks the runway at the SEAN SUEN presented by GQ China show during The London Collections Men AW16 at Victoria House on January 11, 2016 in London, England.
David Bowie passed away on Sunday, 10 January following an 18-month battle with cancer.