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
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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. 
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Pink Floyd, A Nice Pair Back Cover, 1973
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