Pink Floyd Exhibition “Their Mortal Remains“ Los Angeles was set to open next week at the Vogue Multicultural Museum in Los Angeles. However, like all of us that need to move things Internationally, they have been met with shipping delays. The new opening date is Sepmeber 3rd. We hope to see some of you Floydians there.
There will be lots of great gear and other museum displays to capture Pink Floyd from their origins in the Syd Barrett era all the way thru their last tour Division Bell. We are particularly are excited to see some of Nick Mason’s early drum kits and the art of the amazing Gerald Scarfe. Scarfe is the illustrator/cartoonist that was the visual fuel for Pink Floyd the Wall album art and motion picture animation.
You can pre order tickets to Pink Floyd Exhibition “Their Mortal Remains” here.
We are currently in production on three Pink Floyd Limited Edition statues for the Rock Iconz® On Tour Collectible Series and 3D Vinyl®. Check out The Pig and road case from the Pink Floyd Animals Tour, The Stage Screen from Division Bell and Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here 3D Vinyl® here.
Also of note, a new Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd Rock Iconz statue is in design. Here’s a look at our original design for Syd, Syd Barrett Rock Iconz Ltd. Edition Statue.
Excited to share that we have extended our licensing agreement with Pink Floyd and Perryscope through 2023. We have only scratched the service with the band and all the great concept art from all the Floyd eras, early Pink Floyd with Syd Barrett all the way through Division Bell and beyond.
We have been work on (3) new Floyd designs and are in a 2nd wave pf production for the Pink Floyd Pig that is on back order. Algie will fly again later this year.
Here are order links to the current Pink Floyd Limited Edition Collectibles from Knucklebonz…
Pink Floyd Rock Iconz ON Tour “The Pig” : https://knucklebonz.com/product/pink-floyd-the-pig-rock-iconz-on-tour-series-collectible-2/
Pink Floyd 3D Vinyl “Wish You Were Here” : https://knucklebonz.com/product/pink-floyd-wish-you-were-here-3d-vinyl-2/
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The Pink Floyd Exhibition Coming to LA – KnuckleBonz Rock Iconz “On Tour” for Sure!
The Pink Floyd Exhibition that originally debuted in London in coming to LA to the Vogue Multicultural Museum. The exhibition was curated by the band David Glimour, Roger Waters, Richard Wright and Nick Mason and Aubrey Powell, the Hypnosis co-founder. He and designer Storm Thorgerson and collaborated on many Pink Floyd album art concepts and designs.
Many things from all the Pink Floyd eras that you would expect to see will be on display, like a myriad of music instruments, or the Pink Floyd Pig. But, some you might now expect. If the LA version of the museum mirrors the UK, you will see the cane that Roger Water got his licks from in his school boy days with Syd Barrett. This was a direct influence to the Teacher character from Pink Floyd The Wall.
We are personally looking forward to seeing the Division Bell heads in all there metallic glory inside the exhibit along with lyric sheets from Dark Side of the Moon, Pink Floyd Animals and many others.
This will be a hot ticket with Covid restrictions still in place…check the https://www.vmmla.com website for ticket sales information.
You might even see a KnuckleBonz Collectible or 2 while you are there…
Here’s a good overview video from the Pink Floyd Exhibition in London.
Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” – Simple Designs Can Be the Most Complex
When we began the initial discussions for our 3D Vinyl® Limited Edition State Series in 2017, the initial focus what to create something in statue and collectible form for Superfans™ that for what ever reason, did not dig the statue category. There was a ton of creative motivation obviously, but that was the touchstone moment.
Once we decided to move forward with a new KnuckleBonz collectible series, the real fun began; what albums should we initially create in 3D? We all blurted out our obvious favorites. Some were perfect for the 3D Vinyl format and could be expressed easily in statue form. Others, although amazing albums, with equally great cover art would prove elusive. One album that we all defaulted to and wanted to consider, was Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon.” The gold standard for concept albums, and the 8th studio release for Pink Floyd. The power of artist Storm Thorgerson’s pyramid with the prism light beam? Sounds great right? We are now 4 years into the 3D Vinyl Collector Series and we still have not pulled the trigger on any Dark Side of the Moon designs for 3D Vinyl. However, we are sneaking up on it and might submit something to Pink Floyd for consideration soon…Staytuned.
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