Topic: The Rolling Stones

Will This Megaconcert With the Stones, Dylan and The Who Really Pass Up Sponsors?

What a long, strange trip it's been

Desert Trip has already cleared $160 million from its sold-out six-day schedule, Oct. 7-9 and 14-16. Photo Illustration: Chefboyrg; Sources: Rederns, Getty Images, WireImage, FilmMagic The nasty jokes started shortly…

This N.Y. Design Firm Is Branching Out From the Music Biz

Sagmeister & Walsh boasts diverse clients across industries

Specs Who Founder Stefan Sagmeister and partner Jessica Walsh What Creative design firm Where New York After spending almost two decades creating album covers for artists like the Rolling Stones and Talking Heads, Stefan…

How This Watchmaker Is Turning Rock Icons' Clothes Into Classic Timepieces

And why stars like Richards are donating the leather

Wouldn't it be cool to put on an old leather jacket that's been worn, torn and sweat-baptized by your favorite rock 'n' roll god? Well, assuming you can afford it,…

Ad of the Day: Jose Cuervo Flies Back to the Famously Depraved Rolling Stones Tour of '72

Where the tequila sunrise was the muse

The opening lines of Chapter 9 of Keith Richards' autobiography Life, in which he describes the Rolling Stones' debaucherous 1972 tour, were all McCann needed to get started on its…

How Mick Jagger's Mouth Became the Rolling Stones' Legendary Logo

A young designer, a Hindu goddess and £50

In early July, tickets went on sale for the Saatchi Gallery's 2016 show "Exhibitionism," two full floors of posters, costumes and other iconography belonging to the Rolling Stones. London buzzed…

This Ad For The Rolling Stones Was Deemed Too Sexy For the London Underground

Band reportedly 'dumbfounded' by the decision

You can't stop rock stars from doing what they want. Unless, of course, they've decided to place their iconic tongue logo atop a woman's private parts and run it on…

What the Man Who Invented the Rolling Stones Can Teach You About Branding

Image making by Andrew Loog Oldham

Andrew Loog Oldham, the manager and producer of the Rolling Stones from 1963 until 1967, still considers his work in branding the world's greatest rock band—he essentially built their image…