Pink Floyd, Knebworth Festival Poster Art, 1975
© Pink Floyd Music, Art by Hipgnosis

Pink Floyd, Knebworth Festival Poster Art, 1975

By Storm Thorgerson
About the image
The grounds of Knebworth House in Hertfordshire, England became a major venue for open air rock concerts in 1974.  Amongst the bigger shows were the Rolling Stones in 1976, Led Zeppelin in 1979, and Pink Floyd in 1975.

Image Courtesy of Pink Floyd. Photography by Hipgnosis.

This photograph incorporates several of the existential themes that are a trademark of Pink Floyd's visual style:  a desolate highway, a lone cyclist in the distance, and several disparate graphic elements - namely, a collection of scattered, cartoon bike parts. You'll also notice that the year of Pink Floyd's performance at Knebworth, 1975, is depicted on the water bottle in the right foreground. 

Lambda Release Notes:
In 2008, Storm and SFAE celebrated Pink Floyd's 40th anniversary with an exhibition of signed photographs of images that he had created for the band over the years both as a founding member of the design collective Hipgnosis, and as an independent designer with StormStudios. These photographs were produced as signed, open editions and were only briefly available for sale as they were intended only for the anniversary celebration. Very few of any of these images were produced. 

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