The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall

by Gerald scarfe



The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall. 1st edition 1st impression in fine condition. Signed and dedicated by author to title page. All pages clean, no markings, binding firm.

About The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall

The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall is lavishly illustrated by Scarfe and it tells the story of the creation of Pink Floyd The Wall. Scarfe was often regarded as the fifth member of the band. Because of this, he shares his experiences of working with alongside the band, during  good and bad times. It includes many drawings, photographs and designs never previously published. Furthermore, it includes contributions from all the members of Pink Floyd as well as the the director of the film, Alan Parker. This copy is signed and dedicated by Gerald Scarfe himself.

About Gerald Scarfe

Gerald Scarfe was born in London. After a brief period at the Royal College of Art in London, he established himself as a satirical cartoonist, working for Punch magazine and Private Eye during the early sixties, and in 1967 he began a long association with the Sunday Times as their political cartoonist, also carrying out reportage assignments in Vietnam, the Middle East, India and Northern Ireland. Gerald has had many exhibitions of his work worldwide. He has written, directed and appeared in many live action and documentary films for the BBC and Channel 4 and has published a number of books of his work.

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