Pink Floyd artist dies

www.latimes.com Published: April 19, 2013
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Influential English album cover designer Storm Thorgerson, whose album covers over a 45-year-old career included work for Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin and dozens more, has died after a battle with cancer, according to The Los Angeles Times.



Thorgerson, who was 69, was responsible for the rainbow prism of “Dark Side of the Moon,” the burning gentleman shaking hands on the cover of “Wish You Were Here,” the band portrait on “Ummagumma” and a dozen more, the LA Times reports.

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