Echoes of a Distant Time
A History of Pink Floyd Posters

© copyright Vernon Fitch / The Pink Floyd Archives

dedicated to the memory of my friend, Storm Thorgerson


Welcome to The Pink Floyd Poster Gallery.

I have been collecting Pink Floyd posters for over 50 years, longer than anything else by Pink Floyd. The Pink Floyd Poster Gallery is my database of original Pink Floyd concert posters and handbills throughout the years.

This Pink Floyd Poster Gallery is dedicated to the memory of Storm Thorgerson, one of the truly inspirational poster (and album cover) artists of our generation. Back in 2003, Storm and I had plans to do a book about Pink Floyd posters. We spoke to a few outside publishers about the book but, unfortunately, a book deal never happened. A real missed opportunity. This gallery includes information I wrote for the book. I regret that we will never have Storm's comments about these posters, as he had a sharp eye and a unique way of looking at things.

I am constantly collecting posters and information about posters. Any comments, corrections or additions to this site would be greatly appreciated.

You can e-mail me here.


Table of Contents
[The Pink Floyd Archives home page]
PFA Publishing website

[1966] [1967] [1968] [1969]
[1970] [1971] [1972] [1973] [1974] [1975] [1977]
[1980] [1981] [1987] [1988] [1989]
[1990] [1994]

[Listing Information]


Poster Index
Years

1966

    London Free School's Sound / Light Workshops & more
  1. London, October-December 1966

1967

  1. January-February 1967
    Arnold Layne
  2. March-June 1967
    1. 14 Hour Technicolour Dream, London, April 29, 1967
    See Emily Play
  3. July-October 1967
    1. CIA-UFO poster, London, July 28, 1967
    Piper at the Gates of Dawn
  4. 1st tour of the United States, November 1967
  5. November-December 1967 (including the Jimi Hendrix tour)
    1. Christmas on Earth Continued, London, December 22, 1967

1968

  1. January-June 1968
    1. The First Holiness Kitschgarden for the Liberation of Love & Peace in Colours Festival, June 22, 1968
    A Saucerful of Secrets
  2. 2nd tour of the United States, July-August 1968
  3. August-December 1968

1969

  1. January-April 1969
    The Man/The Journey
  2. May-June 1969
    More
  3. August-December 1969
    1. 9th National Jazz & Blues Festival, August 8-10, 1969
    2. The First Paris Music Festival, October 24-28, 1969
    Ummagumma

1970

  1. January-March 1970
  2. 3rd tour of the United States, April-May 1970
  3. Bath Festival, June 27, 1970
  4. Kralingen Festival, June 28, 1970
  5. July-August 1970
    Atom Heart Mother
  6. 4th North American tour, September-October 1970
  7. November 1970

1971

  1. January-June 1971
  2. August-September 1971 (including the Japanese 1971 tour)
    Meddle
  3. 5th Tour of the United States, October-November 1971

1972

  1. January-March 1972 (including the Japanese 1972 tour)
  2. 6th Tour of the United States, April-May 1972
  3. May-June 1972
    Obscured by Clouds
  4. 7th Tour of the United States, September 1972
  5. November-December 1972

1973

  1. January-February 1973 (Roland Petit Ballet)
    Dark Side of the Moon
  2. North American tour, March 1973
  3. September-October 1973

1974

  1. June-December 1974

1975

  1. North American Tour, April-June 1975
  2. Knebworth Festival, July 5, 1975
    Wish You Were Here

1977

    Animals
  1. January-March 1977
  2. North American tour, April-July, 1977

1980

    The Wall
  1. February 1980

1981

  1. February 1981

1987

    A Momentary Lapse of Reason
  1. September-October 1987

1988

  1. January-March 1988 (New Zealand, Australia & Japan)
  2. North American tour, April-June 1988
  3. European tour, June-August 1988
  4. U.S. tour, August 1988

1989

  1. May-July 1989

1990

  1. Knebworth Festival, June 30, 1990

1994

    The Division Bell
  1. North American Tour, March-July, 1994
  2. European Tour, July-October, 1994