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Brian Jones, The Rolling Stones, 1966


At the Rolling Stones shoot in London in 1966, Art Kane wanted to convey in his photo the idea of the Stones as 'bad boys', in contrast to The Beatles' 'nice boys' persona. He brought postcards of Queen Elizabeth to the shoot and asked the band to do naughty things with them, like pick their teeth. Only Brian and Keith would do it, so Kane chose another concept for the full band shot, but these portraits of Brian and Keith are super cool and VERY proto Punk Rock.

Original Photograph Printed Directly from the Original Negative.
Hand-Signed/Estate Stamped by the Photographer or Estate.
Limited Edition Available in Select Sizes.
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

Brian Jones, The Rolling Stones, 1966
  • The Rolling Stones
  • Rock
  • Art Kane