The peace sign is one of the most recognizable symbols in the world, and became legendary during Woodstock Music and Art Fair in 1969. Produced from sterling silver, the peace sign has been given a dynamic and free-spirited transformation with an organic twist that reflects the cultural energy of a time which left its mark on history. Produced for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum by New York designer Cynthia Gale. Each piece is hand-crafted. Materials include .925 Sterling Silver.
Women performers who have influenced rock and roll music through their music and way of thinking inspired this delicate, yet symbolic jewelry. The message of peace, love, and happiness spread through song during the 60’s and early 70’s. This was a time of rebellious behavior, change, and women’s rights. The dove is not only a spiritual symbol, but also symbolizes peace among humanity.
Welcome Elvis to the Rock Hall with our Elvis 1956 exhibit merchandise. Featuring photographs taken by Alfred Wertheimer and artifacts from the Graceland archives, the exhibit is a look into every aspect of his life - from performances and with the fans, to the recording studio and at home with his family. Celebrate his life and music with our limited edition Elvis 1956 merchandise, featuring a photograph of Elvis straight from Alfred Wertheimer’s book.
A number of iconic images are associated with the Grateful Dead, many of which originated as artwork for concert posters or album covers. Our merchandise is inspired by the spirit, music, and culture of the Grateful Dead and was produced for the special exhibition Grateful Dead: The Long, Strange Trip on exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum through December of 2012.