TheInsaneum vs Pink Floyd for the 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon

The animation competition launched by Pink Floyd to mark the 50th anniversary of their landmark album The Dark Side of the Moon just got way more interesting with the posting of these two clips by German artist/animator TheInsaneum.

“Eclipse” (above) is a trippy take the tenth and final track of the album written by Roger Waters, while the languid clip below interprets the opening track “Speak to Me”, which slowly rises out of silence to form an overture.

The impressive panel of judges for the competition include director (and Monty Python animator) Terry Gilliam, director/photographer Anton Corbijn, Aardman CD/producer Sarah Smith, director/animator Kyle Alba (Despicable Me 3, Minions: The Rise of the Gru), BAFTA winner and Oscar Nominee Daisy Jacobs, illustrator/animator Gerald Scarfe, UK Chairman of Pentagram Harry Pearce, and Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason.

View all the competition entries here.
 
 

 
 
Pink Floyd 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon TheInsaneum | STASH MAGAZINE

Pink Floyd 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon TheInsaneum | STASH MAGAZINE

Pink Floyd 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon TheInsaneum | STASH MAGAZINE

Pink Floyd 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon TheInsaneum | STASH MAGAZINE

Pink Floyd 50th Anniversary of The Dark Side of the Moon TheInsaneum | STASH MAGAZINE
 
Director/animator: TheInsaneum

Music: Pink Floyd

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