Rolling Stones: Unzipped
For almost 60 years the Rolling Stones have helped shape popular culture around the world. Unzipped traces their impact and influence on rock music, art, design, fashion, photography, and filmmaking. Packed with evocative archive photos, artworks, outtakes, and memorabilia, this stunning book immerses readers in the world of the Stones.
Peppered throughout with insightful new commentary by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood, this volume also features a compelling introduction by Anthony De Curtis, as well as essays by Buddy Guy, Don Was, Anna Sui, John Varvatos, Martin Scorsese, Shephard Fairey, Patrick Woodroffe, and Willie Williams.
In addition to stills from films, videos, and documentary footage, vivid photographic sections showcase the Stones' musical instruments, their stage clothing, album cover designs, notebooks with lyrics, and tape boxes from the original recording sessions.
"Presented in lavish and spectacular fashion, Unzipped traces not only the band's astounding musical career but also their indelible imprint on recording, clothing, art and design, filmmaking, and concert staging... There are lots of books about the Stones' career, but Unzipped takes it to another level in visually examining the band's reach not just in music but pop culture." - Forbes
- Publisher: Thames & Hudson (October 26, 2021)
- Hardcover: 288 pages; 370 photographs
- Item Weight: 4.76 pounds
- Dimensions: 9.9 x 1.2 x 12.7 inches