On the cover are John Deacon, Freddie Mercury (Frederick Bulsara, 1946 – 1991), Roger Taylor and Brian May. The dark cover graphic is perhaps a nod to a scaramouche (Italian scaramuccia) who was a character in 17th century Commedia dell’arte (popular improvisational comedy shows).Typically dressed in all-black, he was known for creating, and then worming his way out of sticky situations. But more accurately, a picture of Marlene Dietrich from 1932’s “Shanghai Express” provided inspiration for the “Queen II” album cover in 1974.Shot by Mick Rock, the photographer was tasked with resurrecting the look and feel of that dramatic image that had the band members’ faces emerging from a black background for the “Bohemian Rhapsody” video.
The Wall Art is printed on rigid acrylic in three sections. Arrange the sections as close or as far apart as you like. The mounting adhesive blocks are reposisionable so you are able to place on your wall exactly where you need without making holes in your wall. Makes a great addition to any music lover and offers a unique addition to your wall art.
The sizes offered is the overall size with the pieces placed touching together.