The iconic 1997 photograph promoting Pink Floyd‘s back catalog has been reproduced featuring plus-sized models by the Style & Curve website. There you can read the full story of how the project came together, bios of the models and loads of background photos and video.

Here's the original:

They got a cast of models with different sizes, different skin color, different ethnicities and different bodies. The idea to do the re-boot shoot came from one of the models in the new photograph which came together in conjunction with the 45th anniversary celebration of "Dark Side of the Moon"

The models use the same six album covers:

Atom Heart Mother (1970)
Relics (compilation – 1971)
Dark Side Of The Moon (1973)
Wish You Were Here (1975)
The Wall (1979)
Animals (1977)

“Style & Curve” is owned by Lyz Lupo, who created her site “to help women of diverse sizes to gain more confidence in themselves.”


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