One common criticism of the modern digital music industry is that the album, as an artistic concept, is being destroyed by the endless streaming of individual tracks. That's a shame, because it would mean that some incredible albums, like Pink Floyd's The Wall (which celebrates its 35th birthday tomorrow) might never…
Some might call it plagiarism, but the knock-off is an art form all its own. For this week's Shooting Challenge, Gizmodo's readers assembled to duplicate or parody some of the most iconic photographs in history. (Light NSFW content follows.)
Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon cover materializing on Primrose Hill, in Regent's Park, London. Beautiful. Tripping. Awesome. Some of you probably don't know what the hell I'm talking about. Don't worry. It'll make sense one day.
If any band could justify not selling individual tracks, its Pink Floyd. What, you just want Summer '69 but not Atom Heart Mother Suite? Come on. Now, you won't have that option.