The story of Queen told in words and 3-D pictures by Queen guitarist Brian May was published in a deluxe slipcased edition in 2017. It was a bestseller, and received many fabulous reviews. Now the book has been updated to include scenes from the making of the 2018 film Bohemian Rhapsody, photographed on set in 3-D by Brian May. Bound in hard covers, this edition contains a Brian May designed high-quality stereo viewer embedded in the backboard of the book. More than 300 extraordinary 3-D photos captured by Brian from the 1970s to the present day transport readers back in time as never before: in 3-D, you feel as if you are there with the band, in the room, in the arena, in the limo or jet, or simply shopping. It is an experience like no other. The full content of the first edition remains intact - the new material from the film set is a breathtaking bonus.
Queen in 3-D brings out the unsung sides of Mercury --Mojo
Thie book is beautiful! --Chris Evans, BBC Radio 2
Queen come alive in 3-D --Billboard Magazine
About the Author
Brian May, founder, member, songwriter and guitarist with the rock band Queen, and co-creator of the internationally successful rock theatrical, We Will Rock You, is also a Doctor of Astrophysics, a leading campaigner for animal rights, and a lifelong 3-D photography enthusiast. Most recently, he has become a successful publisher, dedicated to sharing his vast collection of Victorian stereo photographs with the world through the books released by the London Stereoscopic Company (a fond recreation of the highly successful company of the same name founded in 1854). Brian currently tours with Queen for much of the year with Adam Lambert as lead vocalist, as well as composing, recording and performing in collaboration with West End star Kerry Ellis, an original luminary of the cast of We Will Rock You. His many other recent projects include working on 3-D 360-degree virtual reality movies, and the much-anticipated biopic of Freddie Mercury, which commences filming in September this year. Brian lives in London with his wife, his partner for over thirty years, actress Anita Dobson.