Jun 28, 2012
The Rolling Stones issues a slightly altered version of their legendary tongue-and-lips logo to commemorate their 50th anniversary, designed by famous graphic designer Shephard Fairey. It features the original logo surrounded by the wording “The Rolling Stones 50 Years”. The “Stones” has also been tweaked so that the first “S” actually is a number five and the “O” is a zero.
The original Rolling Stones logo was created by iconic graphic artist John Pasche in 1971, making its debut on The Stones’ Sticky Fingers album cover.