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Pink Floyd Ummagumma Print Signed By Artist Storm Thorgerson


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Fine Art Limited Edition Pink Floyd Signed Poster Print
Pink Floyd Ummagumma Print Signed By Artist Storm Thorgerson

Date: 2001

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson in pencil

Edition: 295 World Wide

Dimensions: Paper 33 x 25", Image 19 x 19",

Condition: Mint Condition

Medium: Silkscreen in 19 colours on Somerset tub sized 310gsm

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Date: 2001

Signed By: Storm Thorgerson

Edition: World Wide 295

Dimensions: Print size 33

Condition: New / Mint

Medium: Silkscreen in 19 colours on Somerset tub sized

Design Storm Thorgerson. Photography Storm Thorgerson and
Aubrey Powell. Produced by Storm Thorgerson and Aubrey
Powell (Hipgnosis)
Limited edition fine art print made from the original

The Ummagumma album cover was photographed with a 120
Hasselblad camera using a wide angle lens and colour
negative film. Photo prints were made from selected contacts
to the required sizes, then cut and collaged together, with
scalpel blade and cow gum - primitive yet effective. The
sense of receding dimension, of layers beneath layers, of
different realities, was firmly established. This 3D
illusion served to illustrate the simple idea that Floyd
music was multi-layered, more intricate than most, and
offered a depth, should you choose to explore it a depth of
feeling, a depth of mind. The actual idea stemmed from a
psychological black and white line illustration of receding
infinity, which is also an illusion is the perspective
going away from you, or towards? Storm Thorgerson turned the
line drawing into a photograph, an illusion on a page into a
real, live event.
Storm Thorgersons design is about a picture within a
picture, a room within a room. Its not a mirror, nor a photo
of a photo, nor like opposing mirrors in an elevator; its a
real place. It sometimes feels like you could step directly
through the frame into the next room. A sort of
hallucinatory feeling commensurate with the music and with
certain unspecified chemicals.
Frame not included in this Storm Thorgerson Edition. Please
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