We started working for Pink Floyd at the invitation of Storm Thorgerson, the band’s long term friend and collaborator, and founder member of the amazing Hipgnosis creative team. We worked alongside him on the 20th anniversary re-packaging of the seminal Dark Side Of The Moon album, and followed that with a major book and box set project, Shine On. The wealth of experience of working with the force of nature that was Storm, was immeasurable; creative, often confrontational, but ultimately joyous. We were lucky that the process introduced us to David Gilmour, (whose solo work has provided us with TV advertising and animation work, and production of a live concert shoot at London’s Royal Festival Hall), and to Aubrey ‘Po’ Powell, who has taken over the role of Pink Floyd’s creative director since Storm’s untimely death.
In 2014, the band released what is to be their last ever studio album, and Stylorouge were asked to create the artwork for the packaging and marketing campaign, which was based on a creative concept by young Egyptian artist Ahmed Emad Eldin.
We continue to work on aspects of the creative campaign work for Pink Floyd and David Gilmour.