Storm Thorgerson

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Storm Thorgerson, first with Hipgnosis and then later in his own right, is the artist behind the iconic images synonymous with identifying the pop culture of the 1970’s throughout and into the Millennium (Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon”, Led Zeppelin’s “House of the Holy”, Cranberries’ “Bury the Hatchet”). Creating visually beautiful and thought-provoking art, Storm’s work has featured on a variety of single and album covers and collected in books including “Eye of the Storm”, “Mind over Matter” and “Walk Away Renee”. Storm’s distinctive style has made his artwork one of the most recognisable in the music industry. He is responsible for the images we associate with bands like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Muse, The Cranberries, Black Sabbath, Peter Gabriel, and 10cc amongst others.

MediaBitch™ has worked with Storm Thorgerson since 2003, organising art exhibitions in the UK and the US as well as handling all international PR.


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