Pink Floyd has revealed one of the most loved concert posters of them via Twitter and shared an untold secret about this drawing.
As you can see in the picture below, this poster was made for Pink Floyd’s Oakland Coliseum concert in May 1977. There was a pig flying on the clouds, and it was going through the famous bridge of San Francisco, The Golden Gate.
Furthermore, the band stated that this poster was influenced and inspired by the cover of their latest album of that time, Animals, which was released in January 1977.
Here is what Pink Floyd wrote:
“One of Pink Floyd’s best loved concert posters, an image influenced by the cover of their then new album.”
A fan named Tony added this comment:
“Would love to find an original of this.”
Another fan named McCarthysh said:
“Can’t believe there is no official footage of the animals tour.”
You can check out the post below.
— Pink Floyd (@pinkfloyd) May 9, 2020