Mick Jagger Invitation
(Portfolio of 10), 1975
Each image is approximately 6 in. x 4 in. / 15 cm. x 10 cm. Each image signed by Mick Jagger and Andy Warhol Framed
By the 1970s, Andy Warhol no longer relied on found imagery and had considerably expanded his range of subjects. He often took his own photographs, and increased this “handmade” look by adding collage elements using torn cheap graphic Color-aid papers.
Warhol met Mick Jagger in 1963 when The Rolling Stones were not well known in the United States. He designed the band’s provocative album cover, Sticky Fingers, which focuses on a man’s crotch and a zipper that opened.The album and the design proved to be a huge success, selling millions of copies.
Warhol particularly liked Jagger’s photogenic “bad-boy” image. This is a portfolio of the 10 screen prints of the star that Warhol produced in 1975.
Courtesy of David Benrimon Fine Art LLC
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