1972 Wings Tour Bus artwork was inspired by The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour and Yellow Submarine.
Paul talks about why he chose WNO 481 as 1972 Wings Tour Bus, Tom Salter talks about how he set it up for Paul, Geoffrey Cleghorn talks about having done a mural for Keith Moon of The Who before being commissioned to do the world famous artwork on our bus and Denny Seiwell legendary Wings drummer reminisces fondly about the tour waxing lyrical with some great anecdotes.
In 1972 with the sights and sounds of Woodstock 1969 the festival that attracted half a million revellers still echoing across the world renowned artist Geoffrey Cleghorn was chosen to realise the vision of tranforming WNO 481 into the 1972 WINGS TOUR BUS. Geoffrey was friends with Pink Floyd, The Who & The Rolling Stones and had recently completed a giant mural for Keith Moon of The Who. He enlisted fellow Ipswich Art College (now Suffolk Campus) students Neil Dean, who designed the Wings logo, Georgina Dean & Charlie Smith.
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