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If he did it was very successful!
Brownjohn designed many famous pieces including the opening titles of 'Goldfinger' (1964) and the cover of Rolling Stone's 'Let it bleed'. For the latter he photographed a stack of round objects for the front cover, played with them and then presented their vandalized version on the back cover.
If you have deep pockets you may be interested to know that part of his work is about to be auctioned in London. But if your pockets are not that deep then wait for the 200 pieces recently acquired by the Museum of Modern Art in NY to go on display!
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