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Pink Floyd, The Division Bell (Lights)

Storm Thorgerson (1944-2013)

This was the front cover of The Division Bell, Pink Floyd's first album since 1987's Momentary Lapse of Reason, and their second without Roger Waters.

Image courtesy of Pink Floyd. Photography by StormStudios.

  “Contradictory communication. For example, there are bells to alarm as in clock, and bells to celebrate, as in church. There are bells to summon, as in school meals, and bells to warn, as in bicycle. The Division Bell itself is rung to bring Members of Parliament together so that they can be not together, ie. divide when voting. More contradictions.” - Storm Thorgerson

33" x 25 12"

36" x 36"

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