All in all it's just amazing original paintings hanging on your wall.

The original paintings created for the 1982 film version of Pink Floyd's "The Wall" are going on sale.

But first you can see them for free, starting in July, in San Francisco.

The artist is Gerald Scarfe and his 11 iconic images will first be on display and then available for sale, through the San Francisco Art Exchange. The originals can be purchased as a set or individually.

The expounding on the drawings in the album's extensive artwork is quite amazing with the likes of "The Scream", Giant Judge & Hammers" and "The Teacher".

No dark sarcasm here or in the classroom, once it goes up in the City by the Bay, I'm there for a look-see.