1885: Unboxing the Statue of Liberty Chris July 10, 2012 1800-1899, Architecture 4 CommentsFavourited 1007 times Add to favourites Via 456FIS / Fine Art America 4 Responses Lar July 10, 2012 So that’s where it came from. That first image was used in the early 1980s by a man called Malcolm Garrett for his organization, Assorted iMaGes, and their client, a Scottish rock band called Simple Minds. Garrett treated and applied the eerie image of Liberty’s disembodied face to the 12-inch remix of “Someone Somewhere” from the New Gold Dream album. The Minds’ 1982 “New Gold Dream (81-82-83-84)” is widely considered one of the best albums ever. Reply Stevo July 11, 2012 looks like Elvis Reply EUSTICE MARLIN July 11, 2012 Soon. Very soon. Countries will send one another sculptures, buildings, paintings, formulas, and even gifts of land…the spirit of mankind is not self centered. The spirit of womankind is not conservative. See here evidence that we would someday wake up. Soon. Very soon. Reply Claire September 15, 2012 My thoughts exactly Stevo Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. Name* Email* Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.