Art Kane knew that their image was as ‘bad’ boys compared to the Beatles ‘boys next door’ look, and he wanted to reference that, but going into this 1966 shoot for McCalls Magazine with The Rolling Stones he had no preset idea of how he wanted to photograph them. On the way out of his hotel on the morning of the shoot he grabbed some postcards of Queen Elizabeth II from a giftshop. He knew he wanted the band members to do something disrespectful to this cherished symbol of The British Empire. Of course, in the end McCalls magazine were too nervous to run this early ‘punk’ photograph of Keith, but we’re not scared.
Art Kane: The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards
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