Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have been honoured in their home town with a pair of statues to celebrate their musical achievements with The Rolling Stones.
The bronze sculptures, dubbed The Glimmer Twins, capture Sir Mick strutting with a microphone while Richards strums a guitar.
Created by artist Amy Goodman after she was commissioned by Dartford Borough Council, the statues were unveiled at One Bell Corner in Dartford on Wednesday.
Ms Goodman said that sculpting the works had been “one of the hugest honours” of her career and called the experience “very overwhelming”.
She said the process of creating the work, which involved making models, casting into bronze and help from the Talos Art Foundry team, took about a year.
Ms Goodman added: “I didn’t quite know how to handle it but it’s wonderful and it’s a great job.
“Commissions like this make my job the best job in the world.”
The council founded the project to celebrate the musicians who were both born in the town in Kent, which is south-east of central London.
Richards indicated his approval of the statues on X, formally known as Twitter, posting two thumbs up emojis.
Dartford Council leader Jeremy Kite said: “I’ve had overwhelmingly good responses to it today, I think there’s a surprise that actually they’re so kind of animated and dynamic, the statues, and I think that’s a really nice thing.
“We could have had the old fashioned standing upright statue, but this is Mick Jagger and Keith Richards we’re talking about, and they don’t stand still, so our statues don’t.”
The group became one of the most popular and enduring bands of the rock era.
Among their hits are Paint It Black, Gimme Shelter, It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It), Honky Tonk Women, Start Me Up, Sympathy For The Devil and (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.