Pink Floyd’s double-LP, magnum opus The Wall—the band’s 11th studio record—was conceivedby bassist Roger Waters and modeled after the life of former band member Syd Barrett. As one of the best-selling concept albums of all time, Waters eventually adapted the record’s narrative story into a classic live-action/animated film released in 1983.
The film’s surreal and symbolic imagery is highlighted when the iconic marching hammers appear toward the end of the film.“Waiting for the Worms” plays in the background while the main character, Pink, suffers from the disturbing hallucination. Count this as another classic design in the book for Pink Floyd, one of the most visionary bands ever.
Pink Floyd Marching Hammers logo
Text:“Pink Floyd – The Wall”
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