English cartoonist and illustrator (born 1936) who worked on Pink Floyd's 1979 album The Wall, its 1982 film adaptation, and the subsequent tour in 1980-81; he was also an editorial cartoonist for The Sunday Times and illustrator for The New Yorker. Sought-after pink mask from the 1982 live-action/animated film Pink Floyd-The Wall, worn by one of the schoolchildren during the education sequence and signed in black felt tip by the film’s lead animator Gerald Scarfe, who adds “Pink Floyd, The Wall.” The plastic mask features burned-out mouth and eye holes, with plastic band no longer present. In fine condition. A chilling mask from one of the more harrowing and memorable scenes of the film.
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