toda noticia "stone", la encontras aqui ....! "every stone news, you find it here"


* toda noticia "stone", la encontras aqui ! : informaciòn de los miembros de la banda, sus mùsicos, sus esposas , sus ex esposas , parientes e hijos ...

* "every stone news, you find it here: information of its members, its musicans and their wives, ex wives, partners and children ...."

* Los Stones son más que una banda de rock , los Stones son un estilo de vida!

* The Stones are more than a rock band, the Stones are of life style !
ANDREW LOOG OLDHAM

* Las publicaciones son trabajos de investigación, interpretación y traducción del autor ( Marcelo Tejera ) y no pueden ser reproducidos en otros sitios web, en todo o en parte, sin su autorización expresa.

* publication are research. interpretation and translation of the author (Marcelo Tejera) and may not be reproduced on other websites, in whole or in part, without express authorization.






viernes, 27 de mayo de 2011

john Pasche , el creador de la lengua stone



Jonh Pasche es el el creador de la lengua stone , uno de los 5 iconos mas importantes en la historia mundial . cualquiera que observa la "lengua" la relaciona inmediatamente con la banda mas grande del planeta


hace 3 años le escribí a John Pasche , aqui transcribo aquellas lineas :

john:

hace 34 años que llevo la pasion por los stones ...
ellos, son parte de mi vida ...
son "la musica, al despertar" ....
son "la musica, por las noches" ...
ellos son la musica del mundo!!!!
 los llevo en mi sangre ....
desde aqui, desde buenos aires stone , mi humilde agradecimiento por tu "creacion" ..
la mayor creacion de todos los tiempos en el rock !!!
 muchas gracias por la creacion de la lengua .... "ella" vive en mi , en mi brazo! (fotos adjuntas) estoy terminando mi pagina web-stone personal , deseo agregar un comentario tuyo !!!
seria un placer !!! un verdadero placer conocer, por ejemplo, la inspiracion o el motivo para "la creacion de todos los tiempos" !!!!
 greetings "stones" desde buenos aires


por supuesto , me llenó de satisfaccion su respuesta y en  ella da algunos datos desconocidos para mi hasta entonces :

Dear Marcelo,

Thank you for your email. So good to hear that you love the Stones. Here is
some background to the creation of the Tongue:

On 29 April 1970 Jo Bergman, who was running the Stones office at the time,
wrote to me to confirm that they had commissioned me to design a poster for
their forthcoming 1970 European Tour. At this time, I was in my final year
of a graduate design course at the Royal College of Art in London. I was
very honoured when Mick Jagger turned up at the College to see my final
degree show. A short time later, I met with Mick again who asked me to
design a logo or symbol for The Rolling Stone's letterhead and other press
related print. It was also adopted for use on their own record label. During
a meeting at his house in Chelsea, Mick showed me an image of the Goddess
of Kali which was the starting point to our discussion regarding the design
of the logo. I was originally paid £50 for the design which took me about a
week to complete. In 1972 I was paid an additional £200 in recognition of
the logo's success. The first use of the logo was on the inner sleeve for
the Sticky Fingers album. The outer sleeve was designed by Andy Warhol, a
reason why he has sometimes mistakenly been credited for the logo design.

Soon after, as the registration of the logo had not been fully extended
worldwide, a jeans manufacturer registered the tongue design in Germany for
its own products. This situation, and the fact that the tongue was getting
used by unauthorised manufacturers of badges and t-shirts, prompted proper
registration worldwide and a merchandising agreement to be drawn up between
the Stones and myself to capitalise on the growing success of the logo as a
piece of mechandise.

My design concept for the Tongue was driven by the following factors: the
band's rebellious attitude to authority; Mick's mouth and the obvious sexual
connotations. I designed it in such a way that it was easily reproduced and
in a bold graphic style which I hoped could stand the test of time. Due to
it¹s continuing popularity, the Stones have stayed with it over the years
and I believe that it has now become one of the strongest and most
recognisable logos in the world. And of course I¹m proud of that. The
simplicity of the design has lent itself to many different manifestations
over the years but always instantly recognisable as the symbol of The
Rolling Stones.

Best wishes,

John


noticia del año 2008


Compraron la lengua más cara del mundo

Un museo británico adquirió el famoso logo de los Rolling Stones en 92.500 dólares. Su creador lo había vendido en su momento a 100 dólares

9/2/2008
Keith Richards y Mick Jagger junto al logo que combina los labios de Jagger con la imagen rebelde de la banda.
El logo original de la banda de rock británica Rolling Stones, los "labios y lengua rojos" fueron comprados por el Museo Victoria and Albert (V&A) de Londres por 92.500 dólares, según informaron fuentes locales.

Ese organismo calificó la obra "como uno de los logos visualmente más dinámicos jamás diseñados" y combina los famosos labios de Jagger con el carácter rebelde de la banda. El ícono fue utilizado como imagen de varias giras internacionales del grupo.

El logo, diseñado originalmente en 1970 y utilizado desde entonces por el grupo, fue adquirido por la galería londinense, con parte de los fondos del grupo The Art Fund, según consignó la agencia de noticias internacional italiana Ansa.

El logo de la lengua fue utilizado por primera vez en el disco Sticky Fingers de 1971 y fue creado por el artista John Pasche, quién por su trabajo había recibido originalmente unos 100 dólares. Pasche estudiaba en el Royal College of Art de Londres cuando el vocalista de los Stones, Mick Jagger, lo contactó luego de quedarse insatisfecho con los diseños propuestos por la discográfica Decca. Además, Pasche terminó diseñando una serie de afiches de giras musicales para los Rolling Stones durante las décadas de 1970 y 1980.





John Pasche , the creator of the stone tongue

Jonh Pasche is the creator of the stone language , one of the 5 most important icons in world history . anyone seen the "tongue" immediately related the biggest band on the planet

3 years ago I wrote to John Pasche , here transcribe those lines :

john :

for 34 years I have a passion for the stones ...
they are part of my life ...
are " the music, to awaken " ....
are " the music , at night " ...
they are the world's music ! !
 I take in my blood ....
from here , from Buenos Aires stone , my humble thanks for your " creation " ..
the greatest creation of all time in rock !
 thank you very much for the creation of the language .... "she" lives in me, on my arm ! (photos attached ) I'm finishing my Personal website -stone , I want to add a comment yours !
would be a pleasure ! a real pleasure to meet , for example , the inspiration or the reason for " the creation of all time" ! !
 greetings " stones" from Buenos Aires

of course , filled me with satisfaction your answer and it gives some facts unknown to me until then:

Dear Marcelo ,

Thank you for your email . So good to hear that you love the Stones. here is
some background to the creation of the Tongue :

On 29 April 1970 Jo Bergman , who was running the Stones office at the time,
wrote to me to confirm That they experienced commissioned me to design a poster for
Their forthcoming 1970 European Tour. At this time , I was in my last year
of a graduate design course at the Royal College of Art in London . I was
very honored When Mick Jagger turned up at the College to see my end
degree show. A short time later , I met with Mick again who Asked me to
design a logo or symbol for The Rolling Stone's letterhead and other press
related print . It was Also Adopted for use on Their Own record label . During
a meeting at his house in Chelsea , Mick Showed me an image of the Goddess
of Kali Which was the starting point to our discussion Regarding The design
of the logo . I was originally paid £ 50 for the design Which took me about a
week to complete . In 1972 I was paid an additional £ 200 in recognition of
the logo 's success . The first use of the logo was on the inner sleeve for
the Sticky Fingers album . The outer sleeve was designed by Andy Warhol , to
reason why I have sometimes mistakenly been credited for the logo design.

Soon after , as the registration of the logo had not been fully extended
worldwide , a jeans manufacturer registered the tongue design in Germany for
its own products. This situation , and the fact That the tongue was getting
Unauthorised used by manufacturers of badges and t -shirts , PRompted proper
worldwide registration and a merchandising agreement to be drawn up Between
the Stones and myself to Capitalisé on the growing success of the logo as a
piece of mechandise .

My design concept for the Tongue was driven by the Following factors : the
band 's rebellious attitude to authority , Mick's mouth and the obvious sexual
connotations . I designed it in Such a Way That It was Easily Reproduced and
in a bold graphic style I hoped Which Could stand the test of time . Due to
Continuing it ¹ s popularity, the Stones have stayed with it over the years
That and I believe it has now Become One of the strongest and Most
recognizable logos in the world . And of course I ¹ m proud of that. The
simplicity of the design has lent itself to many different manifestations
over the years but always instantly recognizable as the symbol of The
Rolling Stones.

Best wishes,

John

News of 2008


They bought the world's most expensive language

A British museum acquired the famous Rolling Stones logo in $ 92,500 . Its creator had sold at the time to $ 100

9/2/2008
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger and the logo that combines Jagger 's lips with the rebellious image of the band.
The original logo of the British rock band Rolling Stones, the " red lips and tongue " were purchased by the Victoria and Albert Museum ( V & A) in London for $ 92,500 , according to local sources .

The agency called the work " one of the most visually dynamic logos ever designed " and combines the famous Jagger lips with the rebellious nature of the band. The icon image was used as the group toured internationally .

The logo , originally designed in 1970 and used since then by the group, was acquired by the London gallery , with part of the funds of the group The Art Fund , as appropriated International Italian news agency Ansa .

The logo of the language was first used in the 1971 Sticky Fingers album and was created by artist John Pasche , who by his work had originally received about $ 100 . Pasche was studying at the Royal College of Art in London when the Stones frontman , Mick Jagger, contacted him after staying unsatisfied with the designs proposed by the Decca label . Furthermore, Pasche finished designing a series of posters for musical tours for the Rolling Stones during the 1970s and 1980s.







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