Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon: The Official 50th Anniversary Photobook

Pink Floyd, Jill Furmanovsky, Aubrey Powell

The official photobook commemorating the 50th anniversary of The Dark Side Of The Moon.

March 2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd. Designed by Pentagram to high specifications, this official book commemorating the band and the album will be a covetable package for the legions of Floyd fans out there―new and old. This date will also see the launch of a luxury box set containing a re-release of the album together with numerous related music items.

This luxurious book presents rare and unseen backstage and onstage photography of the band during the album tours of 1972 to 1975. 129 candid black-and-white photographs by Storm Thorgerson, Jill Furmanovsky, Aubrey Powell, Storm Thorgerson, and Peter Christopherson document the soundchecks, the shows, and the after shows. A review of the October 1972 Wembley gig, originally published in Melody Maker, provides insight into one of the Floyd’s most celebrated performances, and there is a complete listing of the tour dates.

This beautiful book also reveals the visual conception of the iconic album artwork.


Lavish… Amazing photos…in crystal-clear, black-and-white…show the band rehearsing, performing around the globe, playing squash, and enjoying life on the road… Pink Floyd fans will enjoy this handsome collection.

— Library Journal


Pink Floyd


Jill Furmanovsky

Contributions By

Jill Furmanovsky has photographed some of the greatest musicians in the world, including the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and Oasis. She made her name as the official photographer of the band during the recording of The Dark Side Of The Moon and during the UK album tour.

Aubrey Powell

Contributions By

Aubrey “Po” Powell co-founded the design agency Hipgnosis with Storm Thorgerson in 1968, creating over the next 15 years some of the most iconic record covers for artists such as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Paul McCartney and Genesis. Powell is currently art director for Pink Floyd, responsible for designing and curating the record-breaking exhibition “Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains,” which premiered for five months in 2017 at the V&A in London.