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Storm Thorgerson, the British visual artist known for his iconic album covers, has died after a battle with cancer, the BBC reports. He was 69.
Thorgerson’s most famous work was for Pink Floyd, with whom he collaborated for decades. He designed the legendary covers of The Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, and the majority of their other records. He also designed the art for Led Zeppelin’s Houses of the Holy and In Through the Out Door, as well as albums by Peter Gabriel (pictured above), Muse, the Mars Volta, Ween, and countless others. He was a member of the pioneering design collective Hipgnosis.
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