Pink Floyd’s The Wall Animation Cels

A selection of animation cels from Pink Floyd’s The Wall.

MGM 1982

 

Eagle Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel

Eagle

Matching Color Print Background
Image 10.5″ x 8.5″
Framed 17″ x 13.5″
Single Matte
SOLD
#0185

Flowers Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel
Flowers Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Drawing

Flowers

2 Matching Flower Drawings

Black Painted Overlay
Image 8″ x 9.5″
Framed 20″ x 16″
Single Matte
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#0186

Hammers02 Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel

Marching Hammers

Color Print Background
Huge Image 19″ x 5.5″
Framed 32″ x 18″
Single Matte
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#0188

Hammers02 Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel

Marching Hammers

Color Print Background
Huge Image 22.25″ x 9.25″
Framed 30″ x 18″
Single Matte
SOLD
#0187

Wife Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel
Wife Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Drawing

Wife and Pink *Censored*

Matching Pink Drawing

Matching Color Print Background
Image 8″ x 5.25″
Framed 22″ x 15″
Single Matte
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#0192

Judge Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Cel
Judge Pink Floyd The Wall Animation Drawing

Judge

Matching Drawing

Matching Color Print Background
Image 9.5″ x 10″
Framed 19.5″ x 15.5″
Single Matte
SOLD
#0189

Pink Floyd – The Wall is a 1982 musical film directed by Alan Parker, based on the 1979 Pink Floyd album The Wall. It features 15 minutes of animated segments by political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe, The screenplay was written by Pink Floyd vocalist and bassist Roger Waters. Bob Geldof plays rock star Pink, who, driven into insanity by the death of his father, constructs a physical and emotional wall to protect himself.

Like the album, the film is highly metaphorical, and symbolic imagery and sound are present most commonly. The film is mostly driven by music and does not feature much dialogue. The film is best known for its imagery of mental isolation, drug use, war, fascism, dark or disturbing animated sequences, sexual situations, violence and gore. Despite its turbulent production and the creators voicing their discontent about the final product, the film received generally positive reviews and has an established cult following.

-Wikipedia

 

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