The story behind the iconic Rolling Stones logo
When designer John Pasche began sketching a tiny tongue and lips in April 1970, he imagined it could be used as the band’s letterhead, or something to print onto their next 45 rpm single.
Little did he know it was eventually going to become the most famous logo in rock‘n’roll history.
Over the course of the next 50 years, he’d see his sketch copied, redrawn and reimagined countless times, reprinted on t-shirts, lighters, mugs, caps and a lot more.
To celebrate the legacy of the Rolling Stones, we’ve released a brand-new LEGO® Art set of the iconic logo, so fans can relive their favorite memories from the band’s illustrious career.
Once built, the new LEGO Art set can be hung on your wall as a tribute to one of the greatest rock bands of all time... and a logo that continues to stand the test of time...