Here's a package of theirs from the 70's complete with trippy photos in the Hipgnosis style.
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (Columbia 1975)
Released in 1975, but most of the material was previewed live in 1974 along with some tracks that ended up on Animals in 1977.
When one walked into the store looking for the striking visual expected of Pink Floyd, they were confronted with an album wrapped in opaque shrink wrap. I managed to peel it off the album without tearing it.
Inside on the cover and inner sleeves, we're presented with photographs depicting the four elements. Each had a flaw representing said element.
1. Fire - With a little bit of burn on the upper right of the photo.
2. Earth - With a little bit of sand coming out the bottom.
3. Wind - With the sides of the photo flapping a bit.
4. Water - with a bit of water coming out the bottom.
And a cheery little flier from the LAPD who were very aggressive with the arrests. For many years, bands wouldn't play a venue within the city limits. Instead they opted for The Forum in Inglewood or the Arena in Long Beach. LAPD chief Ed Davis soon went down in a barrage of scandal.