Their Satanic Majesties Request - Rolling Stones
"This is one of the only Rolling Stones albums that I had never purchased until starting this series. The album was released in 1967 and it featured the band in full psychedelic garb in a lenticular photograph. When I stumbled across the vintage album in a record shop I knew I had to do something with it. Embroidering through a lenticular image is impossible so I explored other options. I started by custom winding yarn to match the clouds of smoke on the outside of the album and embroidered the blue yarn with white to create beautiful tufted clouds. Then I used the centerfold of the album, gorgeous psychedelic imagery, to laser cut butterflies. I then applied the butterflies to the cloud background and to the lenticular photograph." - Stephen Wilson
Framed in acrylic.
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About the Artist
Born and raised in Hoboken, New Jersey, Stephen Wilson is a conceptual artist whose unique medium carries his message. A background in fashion and home design built Wilson’s embroidery-digitizing mastery and creative expertise. In his fine arts practice, Stephen is deeply interested in the intersection of traditional craft and contemporary culture. Wilson is represented by major galleries across the US, including Art Angels, Roman Fine Art, DTR Modern Galleries (NY, Boston, DC, Palm Beach.)
His work is frequently exhibited along with his neo-pop / urban art contemporaries i.e. Robert Mars, Mr. Brainwash, Punk Me Tender; and major contemporary / modern / pop artists such as Warhol, Hirst, and Kapoor. Stephen’s work was acquired internationally by the National Gallery of Art (Sofia, Bulgaria), Minart (Museo International de Arte) Museum (Guadalajara, Mexico) and the Brunello Cucinelli headquarters (Solomeo, Italy), in addition to private and public collections throughout the United States. His work has been publicly exhibited in diverse locales from the Lincoln Center in New York to Catch Restaurant in Los Angeles.
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