"Rolling Stones: Voodoo Lounge 1993"1993
Drawing : Sharpie and Ink on Paper
Size : 17x14 in | 43x36 cmREDUCEDFAVORITE
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Hand Signed : Lower right
Condition : Excellent
Story / Additional Info : From the artist. This is the drawing that was presented to Jagger for his approval for the tour tee shirt of this design.
Certificate of Authenticity : John Van Hamersveld
LID : 45922
John Van Hamersveld - United States
Art Brokerage: John Van Hamersveld American Artist: b. 1941. John Van Hamersveld (b. 1941, Baltimore, MD) is an artist and designer who's responsible for an enormous catalog of well-known music industry and pop culture-related images. From his early works on the promo poster for the soundtrack for 1966's ground-breaking surf-culture movie The Endless Summer and his cover work for The Beatles (Magical Mystery Tour) and Jefferson Airplane (Crown of Creation), to his iconic 70's covers for the Rolling Stones (Exile on Main Street), The Grateful Dead (Skeletons from the Closet), KISS (Hotter than Hell), and Steve Miller (The Joker and Fly Like an Eagle), and then on to his imagery that helped introduce the world to Punk Fashion, such as the cover for Blondie's Eat to the Beat and Autoamerica and John Lydon's post-Pistols solo efforts (This Is What You Want, This is What You Get), Van Hamersveld's images set the path that the rest of the industry followed for style and substance. Listings wanted.