Brian May adds 3D to his porfolio
On top of beeing Queen guitarist, Brian may is also the owner of the London Stereoscopic Company. He is also publishing a book featuring a series of cards created by pioneering 1850s stereoscopic photographer T R Williams, whose work May has been researching for the past 30 years. Elena Vidal and the London Stereoscopic Company are co-publishing the book that is will be available on 22 October 2009 for 35 GBP, including the pair of foldable 3D glasses. (from 17.5 GBP on Amazon).
Brian May and the 3D glasses included in the book
Brian May, CBE, PhD, FRAS is a founding member of Queen, a world-renowned guitarist. Stereography has been a life-long passion for Brian. Elena Vidal has worked as a conservator of paintings in Florence, Spain and the UK. She graduated as an MA in Photographic Conservation at the Camberwell School of Arts, and has subsequently specialised in the history of stereoscopic photography.
Look at Brian's biography in Wikipedia here.
Look at the 'Village lost and found' official web page.
Read the paper in Plastics & Rubber Weekly here.
Read the paper here in MailOnline about the signature dinner at the V&A on 22 Jan 2010.