90s Pink Floyd Division Bell Tour 1994 t-shirt Extra Large
Chest 23.5 in.
Length 23.5 in.
Content: Feels like 100% Cotton
Tag Brand: No tag
This awesome vintage band t-shirt is for Pink Floyd from their Division Bell Tour in 1994. The Division Bell was the fourteenth studio album released by the group the same year as the promotional tour. It was the second album to be recorded without founding member Roger Waters, and the majority of the album was written by David Gilmour and Richard Wright, granting Wright his first song writing credit since Wish You Were Here was released in 1975. Gilmour's fiancée, novelist Polly Samson also helped co-write some of the lyrics.
The image on the front of this shirt is the same as the graphic used for the album's cover. The image was created by graphic designer and longtime Pink Floyd Collaborator, Storm Thorgerson. Thorgerson erected two large metal heads, which were about the height of a double-decker bus. The heads were devised and constructed by Keith Breeden and John Robertson. Thorgerson then photographed the heads in profile in a field near Ely, England. In 2001 the sculptures were put on display at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Fits like a modern unisex adult Extra Large. This shirt is faded and the neck and sleeves are cut, see pics.