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Stiff Rowlands designs online archive for Rolling Stones


By Cameron Clarke, Editor

November 23, 2011 | 1 min read

Manchester agency Stiff Rowlands has designed a new archive website for the Rolling Stones which chronicles music, film and memorabilia from the band's near 50-year career.

Fans can listen to unhead tracks, view unseen photographs and films and look at rare merchandise.

They can also buy items such as signed lithographs, box sets and tour gear. The first item being made available is a 1973 concert from the Forest National in Belgium, revered as one of the band's best gigs.

James Stiff, creative director at Stiff Rowlands, said: "What a brief! It was great working with so many amazing assets from The Stones’ early ‘70s era. We were keen to capture the essence of that period and create the sense of an archive that had been left undisturbed for decades. Thumbs-up from the band was the icing on the cake."

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