Concert de Pink Floyd 28 juillet 1967, CIA v UFO
Third edition printed by TSR after the concert, for sale in headshops and through mail order by Osiris. Edition line show:
"PRINTED BY T.S.R./OA114/©1967 OSIRIS AGENCY LTD. 90 WESTBOURNE TERRACE W 2./HAPSHASH & THE COLOURED COAT"
"The poster depicts a naked winged woman pulling an island through space. This represents a type of UFO or Fantasy Island, from which various flying machines are emerging (planes, flying saucers, dirigibles, shooting stars). On the rocky island is a city, with banners above it that say: "Night of the UFOs." The assertion of famous architect and visionary Buckminster Fuller, that we should view our planet Earth as a space craft, influenced the design of the poster. A bi-plane flying below the island is leaving a vapor trail that reads: "July 28 pink floyd."
The idea of "CIA v. UFO" as the title of the poster came to Michael English and Nigel Waymouth as a representation of the conflict between the repressive forces of the establishment, and the new underground counterculture"
Description from pinkfloydarchives.com.