Exclusive print of Freddie Mercury created for us by graphic artists The Postman in collaboration with photographer Dave Hogan.
Freddie Mercury performing onstage in 1975 wearing his iconic Zandra Rhodes outfit
Freddie Mercury and Brian May photographed on Queens first solo British tour on October 30th 1974 at Manchester’s Palace Theatre.
Freddie Mercury onstage with Queen at the Brøndby Hallen, Copenhagen in 1977 on their A Day At The Races Tour
The first ever studio shoot with Queen. Photographer Johnny Dewe Mathews captures the early days of Freddie Mercurys vision.
Freddie live at the Rainbow Theatre in March 1974 wearing a Zandra Rhodes creation.
Freddie Mercury & Brian May, Queen onstage in 1975
Freddie Mercury in the spotlight whilst playing the grand piano in Southampton in May, 1977.
Limited edition of Morgan Howell's original painting of the cover of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' vinyl single
Queen rehearsing for their first major tour at North End Road, Fulham, London in July 1973
Limited edition giant vintage pin badge for Queen designed by artist Tony Dennis AKA Tape Deck Art
Freddie Mercury performing onstage with Queen during their legendary Christmas Eve 1975 concert at Hammersmith Odeon
Freddie Mercury performing onstage wearing a harlequin one-piece at Brøndby Hallen, Copenhagen in 1977
With Freddie it was immediately apparent that I was in the presence of a charismatic visionary, he set the dress sense for the whole band.
Mick Rock cover artwork for the iconic Queen 2 album released in 1974
Freddie Mercury of Queen captured by Barrie Wentzell in 1975
Freddie Mercury performing at Brøndby Hallen, Copenhagen during Queen's 'A Day At The Races' Tour in May 1977
Iconic shot of Freddie Mercury from Queen, taken by world leading music photographer Mick Rock in London 1974
Queen onstage at the Oxford New Theatre, London in 1975
Johnny Dewe Mathews first photoshoot of Queen taken a couple of months before the band released their third album 'Sheer Heart Attack'
Freddie Mercury, wrapped in purple sheets, captured by renowned photographer Mick Rock in London, 1974