The collection is called “You Might Well Arsk,” and that’s not a typo.
Bob Dylan ditched his microphone for an easel last Thursday (June 13) when he was spotted in Central Park, seemingly painting portraits of topless models lounging in the grass.
The Rolling Stones have been the subjects of numerous photo exhibits through the years, but never one quite like a new one in Los Angeles. Unpublished photos that turned up at an L.A. flea market are on display at the Dilettante Gallery.
“You’ve got to hide your junk away.”
It’s difficult to recall where you were last week, let alone 50 years ago. So for fans of the Rolling Stones who have been along for the ride over the last half century, The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film is a must-see exhibit.
What do you get when you lock The Beatles up in a Japanese hotel for two nights with a blank canvas and some paint?
Last year, one of John Lennon’s molars was auctioned off for about $31,000 – and it seems the buyer had more than a display case in mind to house the tooth.
There’s been much fanfare over the Rolling Stones’ 50th anniversary, despite the fact that they have yet to announce a tour or album (or anything really) in honor of their half-century together. The band has, […]
Graphic artist Shepard Fairey may have become a household name through his signature “Hope” posters for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign, but Fairey’s latest collaborator is a rock legend rather than a political candidate. Fairey […]
[lastfm]Peter Gabriel[/lastfm] has offered up a set of limited edition album art prints featuring work from every era of his 34-year career.