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Pink Floyd Designer Aubrey Powell on ‘Dark Side,’ ‘Wish You Were Here’ and Classic Album Covers in New Exhibition

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Chris Willman Music Writer“The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains” has just opened at the Vogue Multicultural Museum, making its first U.S.

stop on an international tour in the heart of Hollywood. Down on the corner, and in surrounding blocks, you can find tourist shops selling “Dark Side of the Moon” T-shirts (mostly unlicensed, probably) — but it’s not because they’re capitalizing on the Floyd exhibition being in the neighborhood; it’s that they sell them every day of every year, just like most other T-shirt shops in the world.

That’s the power of the iconography being celebrated in “Their Mortal Remains.”And it’s the power of the graphic and photographic work done in the ’60s and ’70s by Aubrey Powell and his late partner,.

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