The Rolling Stones have shared an image of a European lake that bears a striking resemblance their iconic Tongue & Lips logo.
The rock legends took to Twitter this morning to post an aerial picture of Lake Bled in Slovenia that, from the angle it’s taken, has an extreme likeness to their famous emblem.
They wrote: “Does this remind you of anything...? Taken by one of our tour photographers - Miro Majcen flying over Lake Bled in Slovenia! #rocknrolllake.”
The Tongue & Lips logo was created by British art designer John Pasche half a century ago made its inaugural appearance on the ‘Sticky Fingers’ album in 1971.
Pasche has said of the logo: “The design concept for the Tongue was to represent the band’s anti-authoritarian attitude, Mick's mouth and the obvious sexual connotations. I designed it in such a way that it was easily reproduced and in a style which I thought could stand the test of time.”
The Rolling Stones wrapped up the second European leg of their No Filter Tour at the National Stadium in Warsaw last night (8th July).
Keith Richards tweeted this afternoon: “Great tour! Thank you to everyone for making the #StonesNoFilter Tour so special!”
The Stones said: “Well that’s it.... for now! Huge thank you to the crew that make all of this happen and of course each and every one of you. We’ll see you soon #stonesnofilter”
Well that’s it.... for now! Huge thank you to the crew that make all of this happen and of course each and every one of you. We’ll see you soon #stonesnofilter— The Rolling Stones (@RollingStones) July 8, 2018
Photo by Andrew Timms pic.twitter.com/of7pOU4Vep