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Topic: Retrosellers Competition Return to archive
06-25-02 09:47 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Rolling Stones competition - a chance to win a unique artwork by Rocks Off's friend Robert Altman and Eric Shenker worth $275.
With the 40th anniversary tour of The Rolling Stones, Robert Altman, renowned photographer famous for his Rolling Stone magazine covers and Eric Shenker, innovative, influential and popular artist, are getting together to create a fascinating and unique series of images. Artwork, collectable, call them what you will......... Based on original Altman photographs of The Stones from the 60s, the premise for this collaboration is this:- The Stones, after 40 years, are having a sit down heart-to-heart chat about how they really feel towards one another. They appear as they did in their twenties (Robert Altman's photos), but the time frame is current. Eric sees it "as a love story between Keith and Mick and a biting satire with the rest of the band". It is a large drypoint etching in B & W, with caption balloons above their heads. At first glance it will look like a fine art classical piece, upon closer inspection however it becomes a storyboard. Eric and Robert are very excited about this collaboration, and rightly so - the timing couldn't be better.

The artwork will be available in the Fall/Autumn of 2002.

To win your own edition of this unique artwork, all you have to do is email us with your name, full address, phone number, details of your retro interests, where you found out about us... (*) and the answers to the following questions. Please make sure you complete your entry. Entries that don't include all of these items of information will simply not be eligible for the draw.
Entries should be emailed to info@retrosellers.com

All correct entries will be placed into the contest draw and a winner picked out at random on November 1st 2002. Good luck!!!!!


1) What was the name of the London educational establishment - just a stone's throw from the studios where Ready Steady Go was later to be recorded - where Mick studied before becoming a full-time Stone?


2) In which Gloucestershire town, famous for its ladies college, was Brian Jones raised?


3) What Lennon & McCartney song gave the Stones their first UK top twenty hit in the winter of 1963?


4) Which Rolling Stones single heralded the launch of their own label?

Go to our on-line Birthday and Anniversary Gift shop to purchase the above and many more fabulous images of the Stones

Thanks to David Barnes from http://www.retrosellers.com/
Congratulations to our friend Robert Altman!

Click the image of Eric and Robert and go!






[Edited by VoodooChileInWOnderl]
06-25-02 11:36 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl (*) Rocks Off, don't forget it!
06-25-02 11:12 PM
VoodooChileInWOnderl Check that site! It was a free zip with a bunch of pix (60s) and send your answers as it is valid worlwide!
07-01-02 11:58 AM
VoodooChileInWOnderl There's also an exlusive Retroseller's interview to Andrew Loog Oldham there


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