Pink Floyd Poster Art Books

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This is a listing of the various books I have in my Pink Floyd reference library that specifically have to do with Pink Floyd posters. Publishing information, including title, author, publisher, date published, ISBN number, page length, and a brief summary is provided about each book in an effort to aid anyone who wants to obtain copies of these works.


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Pink Floyd Poster Art Books

  1. The Art of British Rock-50 Years of Rock Posters, Flyers and Handbills by Mike Evans with Paul Palmer Edwards
  2. The Art of Classic Rock by Paul Grushkin
  3. Art of the Dead - A Celebration of the Artists Behind the American Rock Poster Movement edited by Philip Cushway
  4. The Art of the Fillmore Bill Graham Presents, Writer Gayle Lemke
  5. The Art of Rock by Paul D. Grushkin
  6. California Dreams - The Art of Stanley Mouse by Blair Jackson
  7. Classic Rock Posters - Sixty Years of Posters and Flyers: 1952 to 2012 by Mick Farren and Dennis Loren
  8. The Collectors Guide to Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Postcards and Handbills 1965-1973 by Eric King
  9. Electrical Banana - Masters of Psychedelic Art by Norman Hathaway and Dan Nadel
  10. Film Posters of the 80s - the essential movies of the decade edited by Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh
  11. Get on Down - A Decade of Rock and Roll Posters Edited by Mick Farren
  12. High Art - A History of the Psychedelic Poster by Ted Owen and Denise Dickson
  13. The Man with Kaleidoscope Eyes - The Art of Alan Aldridge by Alan Aldridge
  14. Victor Moscoso - Psychedelic Drawings 1967-1982
  15. The Psychedelic Rock Art of Carl Lundgren by Carl Lundgren
  16. Reasons to be Cheerful - The Life and work of Barney Bubbles by Paul Gorman
  17. The Rock Concert Art of Carl Lundgren 1967-1969 - A Book of Postcards by Carl Lundgren
  18. Rock 'n' Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip by Robert Landau
  19. Summer of Love - Art of the Psychedelic Era edited by Christoph Gruenberg
  20. 3-D Eye - The Posters, prints and paintings of Michael English (1966 to 1979) by Michael English
  21. 12 X 12 Inside Merchandising Catalog


Pink Floyd Poster Art Books

  1. The Art of British Rock-50 Years of Rock Posters, Flyers and Handbills

    Author: Mike Evans with Paul Palmer Edwards
    Publisher: Frances Lincoln Limited, 2010, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-7112-3126-9, 212 pages.
    Synopsis: A book that looks at British rock & roll posters. Features Pink Floyd posters from the 5th Dimension, Birdcage, Queens Hall, Leeds, Tulip Bulb Auction Hall, Spalding, Westfield College, Hampstead, and a chapter on Hipgnosis. Also includes prog rock, glam rock, punk, new wave Brit rock and state of the art posters.


  2. The Art of Classic Rock

    Author: Paul Grushkin
    Publisher: Goodman, 2009, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-84796-007-8, 255 pages.
    Synopsis: A book that covers rock & roll memorabilia from Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Alice Cooper, Elton John and Queen. Features 36 pages of Pink Floyd memorabilia including posters, programs, promos, and trade ads.


  3. Art of the Dead - A Celebration of the Artists Behind the American Rock Poster Movement

    Editor: Philip Cushway
    Publisher: Soft Skull Press, 2012, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-59376-502-6, 179 pages.
    Synopsis: A book about the artists who created many of the rock posters, from the 1960s onward. Includes information about Wes Wilson, Stanley Mouse, Alton Kelley, Victor Moscoso, Rick Griffin, Lee Conklin, David Singer, Bonnie Maclean, Randy Tuten, Gary Grimshaw, Peter Max, and many others. Features a picture of a blue line illustration board by Rick Griffin, for concerts at the Avalon Ballroom on August 2-4, 1968, that includes Pink Floyd, but was never used. Also has a picture of a Pink Floyd poster for the Fillmore by Bonnie Maclean, and an autographed copy of the Pink Floyd Pig poster for the concerts at the Oakland Coliseum on May 9-10, 1977, by Randy Tuten and William Bostedt.


  4. The Art of the Fillmore - The Poster Series 1966-1971

    Authors: Bill Graham Presents, Writer Gayle Lemke
    Publisher: Acid Test Productions, 1997, hardcover, ISBN 1-888358-09-2, 240 pages.
    Synopsis: A book of the Fillmore concert posters, together with full color reproductions of all the posters and biographies of the artists. Includes color pictures of all the Pink Floyd Fillmore posters.


  5. The Art of Rock

    Author: Paul D. Grushkin
    Publisher: Artabras, 1987, hardcover, ISBN 0-89660-025-4, 516 pages.
    Synopsis: An excellent book on the history of rock poster art. Includes the history and pictures of some rare Pink Floyd posters.


  6. California Dreams - The Art of Stanley Mouse

    Author: Blair Jackson
    Publisher: Soft Skull Press, 2015, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-59376-546-0, 240 pages.
    Synopsis: A look at the life and art of Stanley Mouse, one of the premiere San Francisco poster artists. Includes poster art and album cover art. Does not contain any Pink Floyd art, although he was an influence on other artists of the time period.


  7. Classic Rock Posters - Sixty Years of Posters and Flyers: 1952 to 2012

    Authors: Mick Farren and Dennis Loren
    Publisher: Metro Books, 2012, U.S., hardcover, ISBN: 978-1-4351-3705-9, 256 pages.
    Synopsis: A history of rock and roll posters. Features numerous Pink Floyd posters, including Notts County Football Ground 1969, CIA UFO 1967, Animals 1977, Knebworth 1975, the back catalog, and P-U-L-S-E.


  8. The Collectors Guide to Psychedelic Rock Concert Posters, Postcards and Handbills 1965-1973

    Author: Eric King
    Publisher: Svaha Press, 1996, 457 pages.
    Synopsis: A private issue book listing numerous rock concert posters from The Family Dog 1965-1970, Bill Graham Numbered Fillmore West 1966-1973, Russ Gibb/Grande 1966-1970 and Neon Rose 1966-1968, with numbers, dates, bands, venues and pictures of the posters (poster reproductions are low quality black and white). Features detailed information on various Pink Floyd concert posters.


  9. Electrical Banana - Masters of Psychedelic Art

    Authors: Norman Hathaway and Dan Nadel
    Publisher: Damiani, 2011, Italy, softcover, ISBN 978-88-6208-204-4, 208 pages.
    Synopsis: A book about psychedelic poster artists and their works. Covers Heinz Edelmann, Martin Sharp, Dudley Edwards, Marijke Koger, Keiichi Tanaami, Mati Klarwein, and Tadanori Yokoo. Contains no Pink Floyd content other than period influences.


  10. Film Posters of the 80s - the essential movies of the decade

    Editors: Tony Nourmand and Graham Marsh
    Publisher: The Overlook Press, 2005, hardcover, ISBN: 1-58567-200-9, 127 pages
    Synopsis: A look at movie posters from the 1980s. Features the poster for the movie Pink Floyd-The Wall.


  11. Get on Down - A Decade of Rock and Roll Posters

    Editor: Mick Farren
    Publisher: Big O Publishing Limited, U.S., 1977, softcover, ISBN 0 905664 01 9, 95 pages.
    Synopsis: A book about music posters. Features pictures of numerous posters, including Pink Floyd at UFO, Pink Floyd CIA-UFO, Rome Pop Festival 1968, Pink Floyd at Middle Earth, and Pink Floyd at 5th Dimension, Leicester.


  12. High Art - A History of the Psychedelic Poster

    Authors: Ted Owen and Denise Dickson
    Publisher: Sanctuary Publishing Ltd, 1999, ISBN 1-86074-256-4, 175 pages.
    Synopsis: A large book about the history of psychedelic concert posters. Covers The American Scene, The British Scene, The New Wave, concert promoters, venues, and poster artists. Includes various full color reproductions of early Pink Floyd posters.


  13. The Man with Kaleidoscope Eyes - The Art of Alan Aldridge

    Author: Alan Aldridge
    Publisher: Abrams, U.S., 2009, 240 pages, hardcover, ISBN: 978-0-8109-0596-2.
    Synopsis: A history of the art of Alan Aldridge. Features three pages of stills from the 1969 unreleased animated film "The Adventures of Rollo: The Boy Who Wasn't Who He Thought He Was," which had a soundtrack by Pink Floyd. Also includes the poster for the Kralingen Pop Festival, 1970, that included Pink Floyd.


  14. Victor Moscoso - Psychedelic Drawings 1967-1982

    Publisher: Andrew Edin Gallery, New York, March 6-April 25, 2015, softcover, ISBN 978-0-9778783-8-3, 95 pages.
    Synopsis: A museum book about West Coast poster artist Victor Moscoso and his artwork from 1967 to 1982. Includes drawings and posters for artists such as The Who, The Doors, and Zap Comix. Although this book does not contain any specific Pink Floyd references, Moscosco's work influenced numerous other Pink Floyd poster artists.


  15. The Psychedelic Rock Art of Carl Lundgren

    Author: Carl Lundgren
    Publisher: Hermes Press, 2015, hardcover, ISBN 978-1-61345-077-2, 192 pages, no index.
    Synopsis: A book about the art of Carl Lundgren, who is a Detroit poster artist. Features Pink Floyd posters from the Grande Ballroom, July 12, 1968, Oakland Pop Festival, September 1, 1968, Olympia Stadium, October 31, 1968, and commemorative posters for the Grande Balroom, Easttown Theater, Olympia Stadium, and Cobo Arena.


  16. Reasons to be Cheerful - The Life and work of Barney Bubbles

    Author: Paul Gorman
    Publisher: Adelita Ltd., 2010, hardcover, ISBN 978-0-9552017-4-5, 224 pages.
    Synopsis: A book about the British artist Barney Bubbles, perhaps best known for his work with Hawkwind. Includes various Pink Floyd references, as well a pictures of album covers done by Barney Bubbles that are related to Pink Floyd (such as the Damned-Music for Pleasure, and Hawkwind-Astounding Sounds, Amazing Stories).


  17. The Rock Concert Art of Carl Lundgren 1967-1969 - A Book of Postcards

    Author: Carl Lundgren
    Publisher: Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994, ISBN: 0-87654-102-3
    Synopsis: A postcard-sized artbook of the concert art of Carl Lundgren, one of the Detroit, Michigan graphic artists of the late 1960s who designed numerous posters for rock concerts at the Grande Ballroom and other local venues. Includes official reprints of thirty of Lundgren's postcard posters, including the Pink Floyd poster for the Grande Ballroom concert on July 12, 1968, and the Oakland Pop Festival poster with Pink Floyd listed on September 1, 1968.


  18. Rock 'n' Roll Billboards of the Sunset Strip

    Author: Robert Landau
    Publisher: Angel City Press, 2012, U.S., hardcover, ISBN 978-1-883318-39-0, 208 pages.
    Synopsis: A wonderful collection of photographs of promotional billboards that were put up on the Sunset Strip. Features Pink Floyd billboards for Obscured by Clouds, Animals, and The Wall. Also gives a brief history of the billboards.


  19. Summer of Love - Art of the Psychedelic Era

    Editor: Christoph Gruenberg
    Publisher: Tate Publishing, 2006, softcover, ISBN 1-85437-595-4, 240 pages.
    Synopsis: A look at psychedelic art, from lifestyle to poster art, music, drugs and sex. Includes some mentions of Pink Floyd art. Published by the Tate Liverpool gallery in conjunction with one of their art exhibits in the summer of 2005.


  20. 3-D Eye - The Posters, prints and paintings of Michael English (1966 to 1979)

    Author: Michael English
    Publisher: Perigee Books, 1980, first edition, softcover, ISBN 1399-50497-4, 107 pages.
    Synopsis: A book documenting the art of Michael English, one of Britain's legendary poster artists, and former member of design team Hapshash and the Coloured Coat. Includes a biography of Michael English, a history, and full-page, full-color reproductions of his art. Includes Pink Floyd posters from the UFO Club on June 2, 1967, the 5th Dimension on September 22, 1967, the Middle Earth Club on March 16, 1968, and The First International Rome Pop Festival in May 1968.


  21. 12 X 12 Inside Merchandising Catalog

    Publisher: Sal Forlenza / Phil Jaffe, 1977, 76 pages.
    Synopsis: A 1977 merchandising package with promo posters, including one for Pink Floyd's Animals.