Gerald Scarfe on The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall - update
Written by Matt   
Sunday, 07 November 2010

Gerald Scarfe - The Making of Pink Floyd The WallFurther to our recent exclusives regarding Gerald Scarfe's "The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall", including the set of three special video interviews with Gerald, for Brain Damage, we have an interview update for you.

"The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall" is the incredible, authorized, and definitive book about the project and includes new commentaries from the surviving members of Pink Floyd: Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, together with the director of the film, Sir Alan Parker. Roger Waters has written the foreword. The album imagery, stage performances and film were created in close collaboration with Gerald Scarfe, and his massive archive includes original storyboards, animation cells, concept drawings, models and other three-dimensional material together with photographs of the creation and staging of the live performances and the filming of The Wall.

In the book, Gerald also relates his own experiences of working with the band from the early days of Wish You Were Here to the Pros and Cons Of Hitchhiking with Roger Waters, after his break with the other band members, as well as his work for the new live show of The Wall.

Originally scheduled for Friday, November 5th, Gerald's interview on the BBC's Breakfast News TV programme is now airing on December 2nd. His incredible animations and drawings should wake up any sleepy people tuned in to the show! The interview may be available to view via the BBC website, following airing, and we will advise accordingly (and will also post to BD's Facebook page).

You can secure your copy of this wonderful book now, saving up to 37% off the retail price, by ordering from Amazon UK, Amazon US/International, Amazon Canada, Amazon France, Amazon Germany, or