Print tribute to the iconic English rock band, The Rolling Stones, created by the artist Miguel Ángel Aranda. This original drawing, measuring 25.5cm x 20cm, is made in ink and colored pencils on recycled paper from the English publication "Sell's National Directory and British Exporter of 1949", which makes each sheet unique and original in its composition.
The artist has created a personalized version of The Rolling Stones' distinctive language, with a drawing style that combines the oil painting technique and intervention with colored pencils and ink. To ensure its authenticity, each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and is printed on adhesive paper so it can be easily framed.
This drawing is carefully wrapped before being shipped and a tracking number is provided for certified shipping from Valencia, Spain. Please note that the frame is not included in the purchase. If you are a music and art lover, this print of The Rolling Stones is a unique and special addition to any collection.
The Rolling Stones are a British rock band formed in London in 1962. Considered one of the most influential and successful bands in the history of rock, they have had a very long musical career and have sold millions of records around the world. The band's original lineup consisted of Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitar), Brian Jones (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass) and Charlie Watts (drums). Over the years, the band has undergone lineup changes, but Jagger and Richards have been the core members and creative force behind the band since its inception.
The Rolling Stones' tongue logo is one of the most recognized icons in popular culture. It was created in 1970 by graphic designer John Pasche, who worked for the London design agency Royal College of Art. The original idea for the logo was conceived by Jagger, who was looking for a distinctive design for the band that would represent their rebellious and provocative attitude.
The logo features a large, open tongue with prominent lips and teeth. It was inspired in part by the mouth of the Hindu deity Kali, known for her ferocity and destructive energy. Pasche captured the essence of Jagger's idea and created an iconic design that has come to represent the rebelliousness and rock 'n' roll attitude of the Rolling Stones.
Since its creation, the tongue logo has become a distinctive emblem of the band and has been used on numerous Rolling Stones-related albums, merchandise products, and promotions. It has transcended music and has become a cultural symbol recognized around the world. The language logo is an outstanding example of how a graphic design can become so identifiable and last over time.
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