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Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones

Date:2016-05-21 10:48:30| News|Browse: 79|Source: Fonts in Use|Author: Connor Davenport
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The cover layers the iconic Stones symbol in a traffic stripe pattern, a reference to the traveling exhibition.

Druk"which is [also] used in theA2 Typewriter.

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The opening title page spread pictures crates from one of the band's tours.

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Text from interviews conducted with the band.

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Opening spread of a section about Edith Grove, the band's first flat in Chelsea. The apartment is recreated in the exhibition.

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Recording section opener.

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Text from interviews conducted with collaborators worked with the band.

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Tape boxes from the original recording sessions.

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Handwritten lyrics in a section about songwriting.

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Mick Jagger's 1963 Gibson Hummingbird guitar.

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A quote from Keith Richards accompanies one of his guitars from c. 1971.

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Fashion designer John Varvatos writes on the Stones as enduring fashion icons.

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Tartan suits worn by Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger, c. 1966.

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Looks worn by Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, c. 1973–1974.

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Athletic look worn by Mick Jagger on the 1982 European Tour.

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John Pasche on designing the iconic Tongue and Lip Design logo.

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In the exhibition

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Detail from the exhibition graphics.

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