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Pop artist Ruby Mazur — who created the Rolling Stones’ famous mouth and tongue logo for the “Tumbling Dice” single — will show off his most recent work, “Rock n Roll Last Supper,” as part of a new show at Hawaii’s Holle Fine Art Gallery this month.