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Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour By Ian McCausland
Ian McCausland
48 x 71
LE0003108IMC-F
open edition
‘Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour’ is a Giclée Print by contemporary artist Ian McCausland. Printed onto heavy card, it is signed by the artist.

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    ‘Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour’ is a Giclée Print by contemporary artist Ian McCausland. Printed onto heavy card, it is signed by the artist.

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    Melbourne based artist Ian McCausland is famed for his iconic 1970s music posters for world famous rock bands. His aesthetic has a distinctly retro flavour, which has gathered a certain prestige over the years, like a fruity, vintage wine. McCausland is well known for his ‘Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour’ poster, which he has recently released as a limited edition print. The iconic poster depicts a cartoon image of a Kiwi, rooting around in the undergrowth, its long beak poking at the famous Rolling Stones lips and tongue, which sits amongst the scrub. Brilliantly capturing the country’s character, the print is bold, brash and inescapably cool: a must have for the Stones fan, the retro music collector, and anyone with a keen eye for the iconic.
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    Rolling Stones 1973 New Zealand Tour By Ian McCausland
    Ian McCausland
    48 x 71
    LE0003108IMC-F
    open edition

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