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Stones Tongue Turns 50

TONGUE KISS: Here’s a sneak peek at the Rolling Stones' Shepard Fairey update on their iconic tongue logo, created for the band’s upcoming 50th anniversary next year. The tongue made its debut on the Sticky Fingers album sleeve in 1971 and was designed by John Pasche, a student at the Royal College of Art in London recruited by Mick Jagger, who was unhappy with the logos provided by the band’s former label Decca Records. (6/27p)

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