It started with an inflatable pig. Jeffrey Shaw has always been fascinated by interactivity, having in the 1960s created art he hoped would narrow the gap between viewer and image.
This file photo shows an inflatable pig floating above Battersea Power Station in London, in 2011, during a photocall to promote the release of remastered albums and previously unreleased music by British rock band 'Pink Floyd.' The floating pig above Battersea Power Station was originally used by the band on the cover of their 1976 album 'Animals'.
His pig starred on the cover of Pink Floyd's 1977 concept album "Animals", floating eerily above London's Battersea Power Station, in what has become one of the most famous images in rock music history.
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