Hey, if you’re some kind of Rolling Stones completist fan then you might want to check out This Exhibit, where you can also find this framed sculpture of the band’s famous Sticky Fingers mouth and tongue logo, which is made from hundreds of tiny photo badges of the faces of the Stones themselves. Continue reading Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers Logo Made From Band Badges
This eye-catching replica of The Rolling Stones‘ famous Sticky Fingers Logo — created entirely from empty Coca Cola cans — is part of a larger exhibit of Rolling Stones‘ inspired art and memorabilia celebrating the band’s fifty years together.
Spotted in the Window of the Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery, Located at 527 West 23rd Street, in the Chelsea Gallery District.
With The Rolling Stones currently on tour celebrating their 50th year together as a band, Broome Street Gallery’s current Rolling Stones-themed exhibit distinguishes itself from the many other Stones exhibits we have seen for including not only photographs of the band and its iconic remembers (by various equally legendary photographers), but also its exciting display of pop art sculptures, tour posters, rare album cover art, caricatures and realist paintings, many of them by Stones’ rhythm guitarist Ron Wood. Here are a few of our favorite pieces from the show. Continue reading The Art of The Rolling Stones at Broome Street Gallery
Contemporary Political/ Pop artist, Shepard Fairey has designed a Rad new Logo for The Rolling Stones, updating the iconic “Sticky Fingers” Mouth and Tongue that is universally known to indicate that there is Rolling Stones shenanigans afoot. The new design celebrates the Stones’ 50th Anniversary. We think Fairey did an excellent job! Read more about the new logo at Design Taxi.