English graphic designer Storm Thorgerson is responsible for some of the greatest album covers of all time. Pink Floyd's seminal 'The Dark Side Of The Moon', The Mars Volta's 'Frances The Mute' and Muse's 'Absolution' are just some of his inimitable creations that have gone down history. To celebrate Storm's 40 years in the business, The Idea Generation Gallery in London is hosting a retrospective exhibition, 'Storm Thorgerson: Right But Wrong', that not only features his iconic covers but also previously unseen sculptures, sketches, writings from the artist and ambitious reinterpretations of a few his most renowned pieces.
As a taster for the exhibition, you can see a collection of some of Storm's finest works below:
Storm Thorgerson: Right But Wrong Extended album art of StormStudios and Hipgnosis , 1st April – 2nd May at The Idea Generation Gallery www.ideageneration.co.uk .
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