Rolling Stones Art Car
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Rolling Stones Art Car
Rolling Stones Art Car. (Branden Klayko / Broken Sidewalk)

We’re dusting off the old Art Car Friday posting, at least for this week. We spotted this hatchback Honda in Clarksville this week and couldn’t resist putting it online. Besides the giant Union Jack on the hood, there’s a psychedelic checkerboard on the roof and the famous Rolling Stones tongue logo all over the place.

Though the paint it a little faded, the quality still appears excellent. The tongue logo was designed by London-based graphic designer John Pasche and was adopted in 1971. Pasche was paid £50 for his work (he got a £200 bonus a couple years later). The inspiration for the logo came from the Hindu goddess Kali, the inspiration for the Honda came from some English rockers.

Rolling Stones Art Car
Rolling Stones Art Car. (Branden Klayko / Broken Sidewalk)
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