V&A Buys Rolling Stones Tongue Logo for $92,500

John Pasche’s original artwork for the Rolling Stones’ logo, acquired by the V&A for $92,500
In 1970, while still a student at the RCA, John Pasche designed a logo for the Rolling Stones that has become one of the most recognised pieces of graphic design in the world. He was paid £50. Today, the V&A Museum announced that it had bought the original artwork for $92,500. We talked to Pasche about the logo and working with the Stones…

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