Rolling Stones. Voodoo Lounge. Australian Tour [Band]
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Rolling Stones. Voodoo Lounge. Australian Tour [Band]

1995. Colour lithograph, 138 x 92.2cm. Repaired tears and creases. Linen-backed.

Text includes “Australian tour presented by Brashs, The Paul Dainty Corporation with BLC Group. Qantas, official Rolling Stones tour airline.” The Voodoo Lounge Tour was an international concert tour by the Rolling Stones to promote their 1994 album Voodoo Lounge.

The Rolling Stones’ famous logo, the “tongue and lip” design, was created by British artist John Pasche (b.1945) in 1970, and was subsequently revised by American artist Craig Braun (b.1939). The design was inspired by an illustration of the Hindu deity Kali, which Mick Jagger showed Pasche during a discussion concerning an album cover design: while Jagger was focussed on Indian culture, which was in vogue at the time, Pasche was “struck by Kali’s open mouth and protruding tongue.” Ref: Wiki; MoMA; Independent, (UK), 24.4.2020.

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Item #CL200-145

Price (AUD): $2,200.00  other currencies

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