Pink Floyd, Back Catalogue
© Pink Floyd Music, Art by StormStudios

Pink Floyd, Back Catalogue

By Storm Thorgerson
About the image
Used for a promotional campaign for the band’s back catalogue in 1997.  The designs were not projected nor computer animated, but were directly painted by artist Phyllis Cohen so as to follow body curves and reflect the lighting. From left to right, the album covers shown are: 'Atom Heart Mother', 'Relics', 'Dark Side of the Moon', 'Wish You Were Here', 'The Wall' and 'Animals'.But why containing only women? That old misogyny appearing again? Men and women were in the rough drawings, but I felt that this was wrong. The backs represented album covers and should therefore be the same generically. All men or all women. After much deliberation I chose women. Their shape is more elegant and more sensitive, I feel." - Storm

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