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Welcome to the Brain Damage gallery!

Within this section, you will find various contributions from talented members of the Brain Damage community, who have a particular artistic flair. As with any art, not all of what you'll find in here might be to your taste, but all of it has been crafted with a lot of effort and dedication, and above all, a respect for Pink Floyd and its constituent past and present members.

We welcome other contributions for possible inclusion here. Not all artwork can be used, for copyright and other reasons, and it might be that we need to reduce the size (physically, or by using a little careful image compression to reduce the overall file size without visually compromising the piece) of contributions should they be used.



The Darkside of Oz stained glass panel Print E-mail
Darkside of Oz - preparation
Darkside of Oz - completed panel

In January 2010 we posted a nice stained glass panel, created by BD regular Robert Djordjevic, based around the iconic cover for The Dark Side of the Moon.

Robert has, after many hours, just finished his latest piece - which has come out really well. He told us: "The Darkside of Oz stained glass is complete with well over 300 pieces. This took me along time to make due to working steady midnights and 3 little kids. But I had this vision to make this Floyd / OZ stained glass and DSOTM is my favourite album. I think I listened to the CD about a 100 times during the creation of this stained glass.

"Pink Floyd and art to me are one. This is my favourite stained glass to date and I made hundreds of stained glass pieces. It's a shame that I will be selling this during one of my Art shows next year. But I need to build a stained glass shop next to my house so I can continue to make more rock themed stained glass pieces.

"I will send you another picture with this in a window but here it is. I wish there was a way to show Mason, Waters or Gilmour my stained glass. But that said I think Pink Floyd fans on Brain Damage will enjoy this. It's one of a kind..."

 
Syd Barrett picture Print E-mail

Picture of Syd Barrett by Jim WeirInspired by other entries in our Pink Floyd artwork gallery, Jim Weir has submitted a picture he created a few years ago. Jim says that "just to clarify, other than the picture of Syd it's all my own work, modelled and rendered in Cinema 4d...shortly after Syd's passing in 2006".

As with the other pictures in our gallery, click the thumbnail to see it in greater detail. If you want to submit any artwork, please get in touch.

 
Pig supporting "Occupy" movement? Print E-mail

Occupy - Duff MosesBack in 2010, as some of you will recall, we had three stunning pieces of artwork submitted by Duff Moses, a commercial artist in Los Angeles who can be found through 310artists.com. Those pieces were "labors of love and procrastination based on [Duff's] nearly lifelong fascination with the Floyd", and can be seen in our Gallery section.

Duff has been hard at work again on a new image, one that we're sure Roger Waters would like and approve of! It shows a familiar looking animal supporting a current campaign... click the thumbnail to see it in more detail.

We hope you enjoy Duff's latest piece of art, and remember, if you want to submit any of your own artwork, we'd love to see it.

 
Pink Floyd and The Wall related artwork Print E-mail
In Full Cry - Duff Moses money_-_duff_moses.jpg the_floyd_-_duff_moses.jpg

We've been sent three very interesting pieces of artwork, which seem entirely appropriate to be sharing with you with the start of the Roger Waters The Wall Live tour just days away. Here's what their creator has to say:

"My name is Duff Llewellyn Moses, I am a commercial artist in Los Angeles and can be found through 310artists.com. These pieces are labors of love and procrastination based on my nearly lifelong fascination with the Floyd. The one of "The Wall" I call "In Full Cry" and is more of a proper illustration based on my recollections of the show I saw here in L.A on February 7, 1980. The odd angle from the left of stage is to be repeated this December as that is about where my seats for Roger Waters will be too. Ironic. I can't wait to take my kids to this show so they'll finally "understand". The one for "Money" is really just a collage of images and took me about a day. The psychedelic mirror ball one is also a collage and represents the boys as I see them in my dreams, young, shaggy and rocking out. It also took about a day. I am certain I will attempt more Floyd images in the future as it really entertains me to waste my time in this way."

Duff, we hope you waste some more of your time - we're certain many BD visitors will love them! Click the thumbnails to enjoy them in more detail...

 
David Gilmour and Richard Wright portraits Print E-mail
Echoes by Ian Goodall David Gilmour through the years

To go with his Syd Barrett portrait, Ian Goodall has been hard at work completing a couple of other artworks, which he wanted to share with the Floyd community. The first, Echoes, he started painting as a tribute to Richard Wright on hearing the very sad news of his passing.

The second is a look at David Gilmour, again looking at the man through the years.

As with the other pictures in the gallery, please click the thumbnails for the full images.

 
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