SIGNED Book Giveaway for Gerald Scarfe’s “The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall” [ENDED]


Gerald Scarfe is a satirical political cartoonist and is known best for working with the band Pink Floyd on two of their albums “The Wall” and “Wish You Were Here”. He also created the animation used in the film “Pink Floyd: The Wall” and worked with Roger Water on his new tour of “The Wall”. Media Mikes got the chance to chat with Gerald about his work and reflect on its impact with fans. Read the interview here!

To accompany our recent interview with Gerald, he was kind enough to send us TWO SIGNED copies of his book “The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall”. If you would like to win one of these great prizes, please leave us a comment below or send us an email and let us know your favorite Pink Floyd song. This giveaway will be open until Friday October 26th at Noon, Eastern Time, open to readers WORLDWIDE. Only one entry per person, per household; all other entries will be considered invalid. Once the giveaway ends, Media Mikes will randomly pick out winners and alert the winners via email.

36 Replies to “SIGNED Book Giveaway for Gerald Scarfe’s “The Making of Pink Floyd: The Wall” [ENDED]”

  1. Years ago my favorite song by Pink Floyd was Another Brick In The Wall Part 2. Over the tears I’ve settled on Wish You Were Here as my favorite Floyd song.

  2. I originally got to see “the Floyd” on the “Animals” tour in ’77 and after playing the entire album for the main show they returned to play “Money” and “Us and Them” from “Dark Side” as encores…I’ll never forget that very special show so many years ago and while I love so many of thier songs I’m going to chose “Us and Them” as my pick for favorite song. I also was one of the very few lucky people to have seen the original “Wall” shows at the Nassau Coliseum on LI NY three years later on opening night of the one week run and needless to say that is another special night that will put a smile on my face for all time as I recall that incredible experience of Roger Water’s vision coming alive and Gerald Scarfe’s amazing animation jumping out of the double album gatefold and appearing several stories high as it was projected onto the wall with giant puppets to go along with it…such a powerful experience, it still blows my mind to this day…and I wasn’t even high! With “Pink Floyd” you didn’t even need to be…they were enough of a drug in and of themselves. Thank-you Pink Floyd and Gerald Scarfe for so many great memories!

  3. aw … you’re gonna make me choose just one … bummer. they made their mark on the eighties and it never was the same since … thanks

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