While certainly not their best, Pink Floyds final studio album featured another high point in a long line of brilliant cover designs from frequent collaborator Storm Thorgerson. The gigantic metal heads were drawn by Keith Breedon, sculpted by John Robertson and stood over nine-feet tall once completed. Positioned in a field in Cambridgeshire, they were photographed over a two week period.
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