I had originally created the Rolling Stones tongue logo artwork at the beginning of 1971. I was freelancing for a New York company that then hired me and sent me out to LA in September of that year to establish a West Coast presence… in a rapidly changing music industry.
After being in Los Angeles for three months, I left that company and started Pacific Eye & Ear. By making that move, I was denied any credit for the Stones Tongue logo, Alice Cooper's “Schools Out,“ Cheech & Chong’s “Big Bambu” and Grand Funk Railroad's “E-Plurbus Funk” album covers.
The good news was the company that I had left was gone after 6 months and the better news is that Pacific Eye & Ear went on to create 250 album covers over the next 14 years.
The iconic Rolling Stones Tongue Logo I created is now a major part of the “Original Album Cover Art Collection” which consists of over 350 original pieces of album cover art and over 3,000 photographs.
$50.00 12" x 18" Posters come signed with an original drawing of The Stones Tongue that I created in 1971.
Limited Edition Images Are The Exclusive Property Of, Owned By And Used Here With The Permission From, Pacific Eye & Ear TM
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