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‘Exhibitionism – The Rolling Stones’

Book Design

Book that accompanies the landmark exhibition about the legendary rock ‘n’ roll band.

Endpapers feature covers from a fan magazine from the 1960s. Zoom Enlarge 1

Endpapers feature covers from a fan magazine from the 1960s.

The opening title page spread pictures crates from one of the band’s tours. Zoom Enlarge 2

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

1 Endpapers feature covers from a fan magazine from the 1960s. 2 The opening title page spread pictures crates from one of the band’s tours. 3 Text from interviews conducted with the band.

Text from interviews conducted with the band. Zoom Enlarge 3

Text from interviews conducted with the band.

Opening spread of a section about Edith Grove, the band's first flat in Chelsea. Zoom Enlarge 4

Opening spread of a section about Edith Grove, the band's first flat in Chelsea.

Recording section opener. Zoom Enlarge 5

Recording section opener.

Text from interviews conducted with collaborators worked with the band. Zoom Enlarge 6

Text from interviews conducted with collaborators worked with the band.

4 Opening spread of a section about Edith Grove, the band's first flat in Chelsea. 5 Recording section opener. 6 Text from interviews conducted with collaborators worked with the band.

Handwritten lyrics in a section about songwriting. Zoom Enlarge 1

Handwritten lyrics in a section about songwriting.

Mick Jagger's 1963 Gibson Hummingbird guitar. Zoom Enlarge 2

Mick Jagger's 1963 Gibson Hummingbird guitar.

1 Handwritten lyrics in a section about songwriting. 2 Mick Jagger's 1963 Gibson Hummingbird guitar. 3 A quote from Keith Richards accompanies one of his guitars from c. 1971.

A quote from Keith Richards accompanies one of his guitars from c. 1971. Zoom Enlarge 3

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

Fashion designer John Varvatos writes on the Stones as enduring fashion icons. Zoom Enlarge 4

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

Woven silk jacket worn by Mick Jagger, 1966, left; various labels from King's Road boutiques, right. Zoom Enlarge 5

Woven silk jacket worn by Mick Jagger, 1966, left; various labels from King's Road boutiques, right.

Tartan suits worn by Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger, c. 1966. Zoom Enlarge 6

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

4 Fashion designer John Varvatos writes on the Stones as enduring fashion icons. 5 Woven silk jacket worn by Mick Jagger, 1966, left; various labels from King's Road boutiques, right. 6 Tartan suits worn by Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger, c. 1966.

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

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

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

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

Ebony magazine advertisement, left, that inspired the design of the “Some Girls” cover, right. Zoom Enlarge

Ebony magazine advertisement, left, that inspired the design of the “Some Girls” cover, right.

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