Pink Floyd photo shoot in 1976 that was put together by design group Hipgnosis on behalf of Pink Floyd for the launch of their new album. You can see Hipgnosis founder Storm Thorgerson to the right of the man in the foreground. You can also see the line that was attached to the inflatable pig, presumably far above the ground.
“I shot a whole roll of film of London’s famed Battersea Power Station when the Pink Floyd flew a blow-up pig above it for their Animals cover in 1976. To everyone’s horror, the inflated pig slipped free from its moorings while aloft. The band had originally hired an ex-police marksman to shoot it down if this happened, but he never showed up." -- Carinthia West
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