Black text centered on horizontally divided silver and green background. Image of two overlapping hammers slightly off center, dividing text.
The Wall is a 1979 concept album by Pink Floyd and a 1982 film based on this album. The criss-crossed hammers are used to represent fascism, particularly Nazi Germany, which the film heavily mocks and critiques. The animated hammers mimick the marching syle of Nazi troops, and the hammer logo is used as a less offensive, more symbolic replacement for the swastika.