Pink Floyd | Liquid Dark Side Of The Moon (IG)

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Edition size: 10, Print Size: 60” x 60”
Giclée Print made by Coriander Studios
Design and photography – Storm Thorgerson and StormStudios

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DESCRIPTION

This was made using the same tray as the other Liquid Dark Side of the Moon images, but was made as a demonstration at the Idea Generation Gallery in London, with the help of members of the public. The reflections of the sky through the skylight add another dimension to the image.

ABOUT

Storm’s career spanned 6 decades, beginning in the 60’s when, as a friend of the Pink Floyd (he was at school with Syd and Roger, and Nick and David were part of his circle of friends), he overheard them asking a photographer to shoot their second album. The photographer refused and Storm said “I’ll do it”. The rest is history.

Storm formed a design group (Hipgnosis) in the 60’s with Aubrey (Po) Powell and Peter Christopherson. They worked for pretty much everyone who was anyone in the rock world at the time. Hipgnosis dissolved in the late 70’s.

Storm continued with sleeve design, forming a new company that included Peter Curzon, Dan Abbott (both designers) and Rupert Truman (Photographer), with whom he worked for the best part of 30 years, and who make up StormStudios today.

These are limited edition fine art prints. They are silk screens and giclée’s, printed using archival inks on acid free papers.

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Weight0.50 kg

STUDIO

CORIANDER STUDIOS
Our first foray into prints was with Coriander. It was run by Brad Faine – an artist, and specialist in silk screen printing. Brad and his team made prints for artists such as Damien Hirst, Sir Peter Blake, Bruce McLean etc. etc. Today, they are one of the foremost fine art printers in London. In recent years, they have embraced new technologies, and also make many of our digital prints.

PRINTING PROCESSES
Silk screen printing is a laborious process, whereby the layers of colour are applied by hand, one by one. Some of our prints have 25-30 colour layers applied. It is reliant on highly skilled printers to understand how the layers will build up. The finished images generally have a more ‘painterly’ feel than the digital prints.

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