With most of us buying our music in digital formats, album art just isn't treasured in the way it was in the 1960s and 70s. And now, MoMA has added a classic from that bygone era to its permanent collection: The cover of the Rolling Stones' Let It Bleed, designed by Robert Brownjohn.
In the arid desert of Death Valley, there's a flat patch of land where the rocks mysteriously move along the sun-baked ground — with no evidence as to how, or why.
It's been a big week for the Rolling Stones. First, Keith Richards admits to snorting his father's ashes in what might just be the most insane and awesome admission by a celebrity ever, and now former Stones bassist Bill Wyman is releasing his own signature metal detector.