“Wish you are here” is a studio album of British rock band Pink Floyd. The music producers of the album are Richard white, David Gilmore and Roger Waters. There are five songs in the standard album, which was released through Pink Floyd Music Group on September 12, 1975. In May 1997, “wish you are here” won the “platinum record” award of the American recording industry association.
The picture design of “wish you are here” is that two business people shake hands, one of them is on fire, and there is a paper burning effect of main visual fire spreading on the upper right of the physical package. In order to implement the spirit of “Absence”, storm sogson added a black plastic cover to the original record. This idea was inspired by the album “country life” by the British rock band Roxy Music. The record was wrapped in opaque green cellophane to hide its true face, and heat shrinkable wrapped in black plastic film to symbolize “Absence” by hiding the cover.