Pink Floyd, A Nice Pair Back Cover, 1973
© Pink Floyd Music, Art by Hipgnosis

Pink Floyd, A Nice Pair Back Cover, 1973

By Storm Thorgerson
About the image
A Nice Pair was a re-release of Pink Floyd's The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn and A Saucerful Of Secrets with a new cover. Each of the images depicts a well-known phrase or saying in the form of a visual pun; for instance, tone panel depicts "a fork in the road," while another represents "a different kettle of fish," and so on. The bottom-right panel contains an image of a woman's breasts, which is, of course, a visual pun on the album title, "A Nice Pair".

Image Courtesy of Pink Floyd. Photography by Hipgnosis. 

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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