A Graphical History of Pink Floyd [Infographic]

by |November 11, 2014
Categories: BandsInfographicsResource

The History of Pink Floyd Infographic


The release of The Endless River earlier this week has left our minds positively brimming with Pink Floyd nostalgia and trivia. Rather than be annoying know-it-alls and hoard that knowledge, we decided to put together a graphical illustration of the band's history and share it. The imagery is inspired by the famous album art from The Dark Side of the Moon. If you dig the infographic, keep on scrolling for an embedabble version, as well as wide screen and full screen versions you can use as HD desktop backgrounds!


Pink Floyd Album Art

The Dark Side of the Moon Album Art - Source                        The Endless River Album Art - Source


The cover image from The Endless River has been featured in promotional art installations in cities around the world including New York, Milan, Paris, and London. For now, though, the most recognizable Pink Floyd art award goes to the prism from The Dark Side of the Moon. (Be honest. You have the t-shirt.) Which band members have been constants since the beginning? Which have left and returned? Follow each musician's beam below and find out!


A Graphical History of Pink Floyd

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Stop by our site while you're jammin' out to your fav Floyd album , and browse our selection of men's and women's Pink Floyd T-Shirts.

Aleksandra Sobic

Aleksandra is Shirts.com’s Brand Manager, and part-time princess of all things pink and pretty. Her favorite way to wear t-shirts is to cut off the sleeves and DIY them into racerback tanks, perfect for a run outside or a game of sand volleyball! A few non-fashion related passions include puns, puppies, playing Mario Kart, and, apparently, alliteration that focuses solely on the letter P.