Zeefdruk - Gesigneerd - 1000 - Zonder lijst - 2012
|Titel van kunstwerk:||The Rolling Stones 50 Years|
|Kunstenaar:||Shepard Fairey (OBEY)|
|Totale afmetingen (L/B/H in cm):||45 x 60 Cm|
|Verkocht met lijst:||Zonder lijst|
Shepard Fairey - The Rolling Stones 50 Years
18 x 24 inches. 45cm x 60cm
Screen print on cream Speckletone paper.
Signed by Shepard Fairey
Numbered edition of 1000
when Mick Jagger reached out to me about designing a logo to mark the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary I was quite overwhelmed. Mick said he was open to any of my ideas. One of the first things I asked Mick was, "Don't you think the tongue HAS to be included?" He responded, "Yeah, I guess it ought to be." Case closed. I was very humbled and honored to be asked to work on the 50th logo, so my objective was to service and showcase the Stones' legacy rather than try to make my contribution dominant.
The Rolling Stones unveiled their 50th Anniversary logo, and though its designer, Shepard Fairey, has collaborated with Mick Jagger before (on the album art for last year's SuperHeavy LP), he admits that he was still "overwhelmed" by Jagger's request that he retool the band's famed lips-and-tongue logo.
"It's quite amazing when you think about it," Mick Jagger told Rolling Stone late last year, discussing the Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary. In honor of the occasion, the band asked artist Shepard Fairey to update their iconic tongue logo with a sleek new design.
Shepard Fairey shot to national fame as the graphic artist behind a 2008 iconic poster of Barack Obama, a portrait labeled simply "HOPE" and in a style that could be described as Andy Warhol meets Socialist Realism. Fairey, who graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1992, was already well known among graffiti artists and fans, thanks to one of Fairey's early works of "guerilla" art, an impromptu stencil design based on an ad for Andre the Giant, a professional wrestler. Fairey made stickers of the image in the late '80s, along with the scrawl "Andre the Giant has a posse," and the image went viral, spreading far and wide through urban America, on street signs, billboards and walls. He later adapted the image and added the word "obey." Mixing left-wing politics with "appropriated" images and bold graphic design, Fairey now works as a fine artist and advertising designer, with a gallery in Los Angeles and business ventures that dip into publishing, fashion and urban sports (skateboarding).
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