Pink Floyd to Mars Volta, Right But Wrong Cover Art Exhibit, London, Until May 2

Who still cares about Album Cover Art besides 'Just Over 50 and Not Dead Yet' guys like me in our digital age of music?

I guess it might be quite a few people when the exhibit covers the work of Storm Thorgerson of Storm Studios and Hipgnosis fame, the man behind Pink Floyd's cover art.


They get a reinterpretation in the picture above.

The Album Cover Art exhibit is titled Right but Wrong and takes place at the Idea Generation Gallery in London until May 2, 2010.

Storm Thorgerson will be at the Gallery for a Meet the artist/ Book signing session on Sunday, April 18 starting at 2 PM. Get there early so you can get it.


Not sure if the Right but Wrong exhibit plans to travel outside the UK.

(* pictures from the Idea Generation site)

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