Some of you will recall that this time last year, our friends at St Paul's Gallery in Birmingham, England, had a special rare, limited edition of 60 lithograph of Pink Floyd's 1989 Venice concert poster for sale. For those interested, they still have a few of these available - whilst not cheap, the poster is an unusual record of a unique show, and can be bought direct from St Paul's Gallery. As a special deal exclusively for Brain Damage visitors, we have a code for free delivery - enter OMGQM170 at check-out.
However, if slightly earlier Floyd is more your thing, they've got a range of beautiful photographic prints available from the Animals Battersea Power Station shoot. These were all taken by Carinthia West, who said of the day: "Hipgnosis organized a giant blow-up pig which was attached to ropes and supposed to float above the Power Station for the shot, but instead, it threw off it moorings and headed off on a lone journey across London. Everyone watched in horrified fascination and a certain amount of panic, to put it mildly. To the best of my knowledge, I was the only non-professional observer with a camera on that day, and I took these shots as it was beginning to fly away on its independent journey."
One of the prints available is a contact sheet showing the array of pictures taken on that day, and recently, Nick Mason signed a small number of these, as you'll see by the picture here. To buy one of these, either as a nice Christmas present for someone, or even as a gift to yourself, use this direct link to St Paul's Gallery.