Tagged: Gerald Scarfe

Prehistoric Flying Reptile Named after Gerald Scarfe

Prehistoric Flying Reptile Named after Gerald Scarfe

The satirical cartoonist and Pink Floyd Wall animator Gerald Scarfe has had a prehistoric flying reptile named after him due to his depictions of Lady Thatcher as “Torydactyl”. The 13in (33cm) long pterosaur, discovered in Kimmeridge Bay, has been named Cuspicephalus scarfi. Mr Scarfe said: “I’m thrilled and flattered –...

Gerald Scarfe in Germany for Tear Down The Wall Exhibition

Once again, something is going on too far away for me to be fussed travelling all the way to!  Gerald Scarfe, who is responsible for all those amazing caracatures featured in Pink Floyd’s The Wall live shows, film and album sleeve, is having an exhibition in Germany of lots of...