The Mars Volta, "Frances the Mute." | 2005

Thorgerson's work was particularly popular in progressive rock circles, where the designer competed with futuristic illustrator Roger Dean for the (often stoned) eyes of rockers looking to trip out while rocking. The Mars Volta understood this and employed the designer to convey its ideas via image.
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