‘Well, we didn't stop playing rock and roll and start playing jazz. But Jazz was the title of our current album in 1978. Given the European-influenced melange of styles on the record, it seemed appropriate. At this point in our book Queen in 3-D we start seeing some much more effective live 3-D shots of us on stage - mainly because I was now lending my Stereo Realist camera to professional photographers during our shows; like the great Neal Preston, oftentimes our official tour photographer. Here's a classic shot of Freddie that we used on the cover.’ Sir Brian May
We are offering a rare opportunity for collectors to become a part of Queen's history by acquiring a fine art print from Brian's personally curated selection of candid behind-the-scenes, on-stage and portraiture images, which depict both the guitarist himself and lead singer Freddie Mercury, in an intriguing new light. Unknown to many, Brian carried a stereo camera throughout Queen’s epic journey. Since the inception of the band (which he co-founded in the 1970’s) until the present day, Brian captured a whole history of intimate, playful and iconic images shot from the inside.
All Queen and Victorian fine art prints are selected and hand-signed by Sir Brian May, and are accompanied by a gallery Certificate of Authenticity, a London Stereoscopic Company’s Queen stereo card pack and a Lite Owl Viewer, designed by Brian May.
To learn more about Sir Brian May and his stereoscopy body of work, purchase his book ‘Queen in 3-D’ published by the London Stereoscopy Company in 2017 and 2019.