Rolling Stones set of four with leaves, limited art prints for sale

Original price was: £280.00.Current price is: £200.00.

Introducing the Rolling Stones Set of Four with Leaves – a limited edition art print collection that pays homage to one of the greatest rock bands of all time. This stunning set features each member of the Rolling Stones, including Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts, each adorned with beautiful leaves and a striking aesthetic. Each print is individually crafted with high-quality archival paper and inks, ensuring that they will last a lifetime. Whether you’re a die-hard Rolling Stones fan or a collector of unique and visually stunning pieces, the Rolling Stones Set of Four with Leaves is a must-have for your collection. Don’t miss out on your chance to own a piece of music history with this limited edition art print collection – order yours today before they’re gone for good!

Size: 40cm square, signed and numbered on the reverse, 100 worldwide, giclee print, 250gsm paper. A frame is not included. Print only.

Detailed Print information:

Archival life: the inks are guaranteed for at least 80 years

Printed using 11 inks: Ultra Wide gamut inks for depth of print

2880 x 1440 DPI: Higher dot per square inch print uses a UK printer that delivers the highest quality photo and art prints in the UK & uses fully carbon neutral art printing. The printer’s policy is to not use forestry-based carbon offsetting projects, instead they invest in renewable energy projects. This is in line with WWF guidance.

Rest assured they are the best and safest for the planet. Each print comes with an extra cost to, but the best is always worth the little extra in price and peace of mind. These prints would not look out of place in any art gallery!



The Rolling Stones are one of the most influential bands in music history, and their iconic image is synonymous with rock ‘n’ roll. One of the most recognizable aspects of their image is the unique portraits of each band member, which have become a cultural icon in their own right.

The Beginning

The Rolling Stones’ portraits were first introduced in 1964, on the cover of their second album, “12 x 5”. The band’s manager, Andrew Loog Oldham, wanted to create an image that would capture the essence of the band’s rebellious spirit and appeal to their young, rebellious audience. To achieve this, he enlisted the help of photographer David Bailey.

Bailey’s portraits of the band members were unlike anything that had been seen before. Each member was captured in a different pose, with Mick Jagger front and center, and Keith Richards and Brian Jones flanking him. The portraits were stark and dramatic, with the band members looking defiant and dangerous.

The Iconic Image

The Rolling Stones’ unique portraits quickly became an iconic image that would define the band’s image for years to come. The portraits captured the band’s raw energy and rebellious spirit, resonating with audiences around the world. The image would be used on countless album covers, posters, and other promotional materials, becoming a visual shorthand for the band’s music and style.

The portraits have also been imitated and parodied countless times, further solidifying their place in popular culture. From “The Simpsons” to “Saturday Night Live,” the Rolling Stones’ portraits have been referenced and recreated in various forms of media.

The Legacy

The Rolling Stones’ unique portraits have become a cultural icon in their own right, representing the band’s enduring legacy and influence on music and popular culture. The portraits capture a moment in time when rock ‘n’ roll was still a new and dangerous phenomenon, and the Rolling Stones were at the forefront of the movement.

Today, the portraits continue to inspire and influence artists and musicians around the world. They are a symbol of rebellion, individuality, and the power of music to transcend boundaries and bring people together.

Additional information

Dimensions 40 × 40 cm

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