The memorabilia will raise money for Crisis
Today, a pair of giant Pink Floyd “Pulse” eyeballs go on sale on auction site Ebay. The sale aims to raise money for Homelessness charity Crisis.
The eyeballs are one of only ten specially commissioned pairs, which were used used on the cover of their recent DVD “Pulse.”
The Floyd memorabilia will be all bids until December 20, with all proceeds going to the national homelessness charity Crisis.
Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour is a well known supporter of the work of Crisis, and implores people to help out, saying, “The eBay auction will not only raise much needed funds for the charity but will also raise awareness of the plight of the homeless at a time of year when they are most vulnerable.”
The eyeballs are roughly six feet high have been autographed by the band – the only pair out of the ten that have been.
The eBay auction also coincides with the TV transmission of Pink Floyd’s “A Performance of The Dark Side of the Moon” filmed at Earls Court in 1994. This broadcast is on BBC1 on December 15.