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When Pink Floyd announced in around 1994 that they would be releasing new music after a long hiatus, no one was happier than their art department (Storm Thorgerson and friends) who finally had a new project to get their teeth into. One of the main results of their new work was the iconic scene of the two heads talking to each other. There were many different versions of this concept produced, both physical statues and drawings. I have not followed them literally but just chose what I thought looked nice! For Lego and Pink Floyd purists, this one is all Lego and is also the closest I got to what was on the CD cover, with Ely Cathedral in the background. Some of my other experiments were as follows; The music on the album was not well-received critically at the time, but I think it has gone on to become a minor classic.
Hello, I really enjoy turn something i like in Lego, Iconic concret of the iconic band Pink Floyd playing in Pompeii 1972, I made only half circle, and is 48x96studs, The curved base of the Pompeii arena is made with train tracks, cover with bricks, plates and plants. The band i try to replicate every single detail... Its still a work in progress... when I build with real bricks, I will improve some aspects. Have almost 3000parts. Lego - Pink Floyd Pompeii by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr LEGO - Pink Floyd Live at Pompeii (1972) by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
Hello! I haven't done much building in the past year (the first MOCs I posted were a couple of months old when I joined) but now I have time to spare and can focus on building. Today, I present Battersea Power Station, a hallmark of the south London skyline and star of a couple of Doctor Who episodes and the cover for Animals by Pink Floyd. I saw it when I was in London just the other day, and it was very exciting! I have designed it in the style of the Architecture sets because I think it (the building) would be at home in the line. Pictures follow. You can see them on Flickr as well. Thanks for reading! And, of course, comments and criticism are welcome.