Pink Floyd unveils cover art for first studio album in 20 years.


Ahmed Emad Eldin, 18, was selected to create the cover for The Endless River, Pink Floyd's first album since The Division Bell--which was released two years before he was born. Born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Eldin said that his work was discovered at Behance by Pink Floyd's creative agency.

The Independent scored an interview:

Responding via email, Eldin described the inspiration behind his design: “Thinking about life and nature and what is beyond the world of charming factors we have never seen is enough to create millions of different amazing feelings.”