The Symbolic Collection at London Scream Gallery showcases artworks by pop and rock stars past and present. This pencil drawing was etched by the legendary "Man in Black" Johnny Cash. The exhibition runs from 21 September until 31 October.
This work by Kurt Cobain shows another side to the late singer's artistic skills - he is best known for his artwork on albums such as In Utero and Incesticide.
Former Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick retired from music 20 years ago and now has a career in portrait painting. She usually works from photographs. She has painted Bob Dylan several times.
Several original linked poems and drawings by singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell feature in the exhibition, taken from a collection of her earliest work. The Canadian folk singer has released over 10 albums during a career spanning more than 40 years.
Inspired by the 1957 film The Joker Is Wild, Frank Sinatra's self-portrait expresses the pain he was facing in the midst of an unwanted divorce from actress Eva Gardner.
Rolling Stones star Ronnie Wood followed in his older brothers' footsteps by attending art school before embarking on a music career. His portraits include John Lennon, Jimi Hendrix, Chuck Berry - and himself.
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