Popular Artist to Help Animals

Ruby Mazur, known for his lips and tongue artwork that graced a Rolling Stones album, will donate funds from commissioned art to the Arizona Animal Welfare League.

Posted: March 10, 2007, 5 a.m. EST

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(Photo courtesy of the Arizona Animal Welfare League)
Ruby Mazur will donate funds from commissioned art to the Arizona Animal Welfare League. (Photo courtesy of the Arizona Animal Welfare League)
Ruby Mazur, known internationally for his work as a painter and graphic artist, will donate 10 percent of the sales from specially commissioned pet paintings to the Arizona Animal Welfare League. The artist is currently accepting commissioned artwork from pet owners and animal lovers.

Mazur’s best-known artwork includes the original “lips and tongue” logo created for the Rolling Stones record “Tumblin’ Dice.” Mazur has created many original designs for rock ‘n roll albums.

Now an Arizona resident, Mazur frequently works with the Arizona Animal Welfare League. To place commissioned artwork with the artist, send an email here. Mention the Arizona Animal Welfare League when placing your commission. For more information about Ruby Mazur, click here.

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samamtha    edmonton, AL

3/11/2007 12:49:35 AM

i think that this is a good thing he is doing

Kathy    Centreville, VA

3/10/2007 2:43:05 AM

This is fantastic! I hope he's able to raise lots of $$$$$

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