Fans can use this piece as a unique wall decor. | Source: The LEGO Group

We can’t get no satisfaction — At least not until we finish building the 1,998-piece LEGO Art Rolling Stones logo. This new set features the band’s internationally known tongue logo in celebration of the Rolling Stones’ 60th anniversary.

Tune into the accompanying soundtrack of tailor made content while you build your LEGO set. | Source: LEGO

The logo, first seen on the Stones’ Sticky Fingers album 50 years ago, is the first shaped set in the LEGO Art line, which has previously only offered square, framed designs. The set also moves away from using only round studs, instead incorporating a variety of LEGO brick types to build a textured, 3D appearance. The set also has a hidden surprise for fans: While building it, you construct the number 60 (in celebration of the anniversary) underneath the top layer of LEGO bricks. 

A hidden 60 is underneath the lips to commemorate the band’s 60th anniversary. | Source: LEGO

However, like previous LEGO Art kits, this set includes a soundtrack that features an hour of tailor-made content — including an interview with John Pasche, the graphic designer who created the logo for the Rolling Stones back in 1970. 

Rolling Stones fans can get a taste of this tongue logo decor. | Source: LEGO

Once built, the logo is 22 inches high and 18.5 inches wide, making it a great display piece for music lovers looking to showcase their fandom or anyone who wants edgy new wall decor. 


The LEGO Art the Rolling Stones set will be available on June 1 at and all LEGO retailers for $149.99.

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Annabelle Canela

Annabelle Canela

Annabelle Canela was an editorial assistant at The Pop Insider, The Toy Insider, and The Toy Book. When she’s not writing about her favorite toys and fandoms, she loves creating poetry, taking her puppy to the park, and chefing up new creations in her Brooklyn kitchen. You can usually catch her reading Spider-Man comic books on the subway or eating dim sum in Chinatown. This New York City native has traveled all over the Caribbean, including to her family’s home country of Dominican Republic. Naturally, she does it all por mi gente.