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Press Release: Queen in 3-D by Brian May and Denis Pellerin

BRIAN MAY’S LONDON STEREOSCOPIC COMPANY WILL HAVE A GREAT PRESENCE AT THE LONDON BOOK FAIR THIS YEAR

14-16 April 2015

A new fine-art publishing company with a mission to share the wonders of the world’s greatest 3-D images, from Victorian times to the present day. This is the first year that The London Stereoscopic Company (LSC) will have a stand at the book fair. (Located at B4 at 6E10 – with the Independent Publishers Guild)

Following the London Stereoscopic Company’s successs with Diableries - Stereoscopic adventures in Hell, and The Poor Man’s Picture Gallery, published with Tate Britain, further exciting plans will be announced at the book fair.

Brian May will attend on the afternoon of 15th April and will present, to publishers and literary media, forthcoming publications including the highly anticipated - QUEEN in 3-D

This book offers a stunning portrait of the legendary rock band seen through the personal stereoscopic lenses of Brian May (and friends !) - complete with patent OWL 3-D viewer. This is the first time Queen’s history has ever been documented in 3-D, from the early days with Freddie Mercury in the 1970s, right through to the present day. The vast majority of these shots have never been seen before, and provide a uniquely intimate view of the World’s greatest Rock band. 

The London Stereoscopic Company Imprint A new fine-art publishing company with a mission to share the world’s greatest 3-D images, from Victorian times to the present day. Many more books are currently being planned for 2015 and beyond. “It was my dream to bring the London Stereoscopic Company (LSC) back to life in the present day. Through our stereoscopic publications, a whole new audience can enjoy the magic of immersive 3-D in their own homes, just as our ancestors did in Victorian times. We’re restoring and reissuing stereoscopic masterpieces from the 1850s, along with new 3-D wonders of the modern world.” – Brian May

For more information go to www.londonstereo.com

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