Storm Thorgerson "Eyes on Trees" from the album "Wishville" by The Catherine Wheel

Storm Thorgerson "Eyes on Trees" from the album "Wishville" by The Catherine Wheel

Storm Thorgerson, graphiste des Pink Floyd est mort hommage                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Storm Thorgerson est celui qui a dessiné la pochette de The Dark Side of The Moon de Pink Floyd. Retour sur ses créations à la suite de son décès.

Alan Parsons – Try Anything Once (1993) 'The title suggested something a touch reckless, perhaps, or at least a departure from normal behaviour. We joined this thought with the image of a bungie jump from a high bridge on television – wondering what on earth people would do for a thrill.'

Cover ups: Storm Thorgerson's iconic album artwork – in pictures

Alan Parsons – Try Anything Once (1993) 'The title suggested something a touch reckless, perhaps, or at least a departure from normal behaviour. We joined this thought with the image of a bungie jump from a high bridge on television – wondering what on earth people would do for a thrill.'

jesciedotnet:    De-Loused In The Comatorium, my favorite album by The Mars Volta, alternate jelly head cover art designed by Storm Thorgerson, photographed by Rupert Truman at a diving school near Staines.

jesciedotnet: De-Loused In The Comatorium, my favorite album by The Mars Volta, alternate jelly head cover art designed by Storm Thorgerson, photographed by Rupert Truman at a diving school near Staines.

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