Graphically stunning, Browsable Volumes…

New Ponderable

BiologyBiology: An Illustrated History of Life Science
Edited by Tom Jackson

ISBN: 978-1-62795-093-0

New Ponderable

EngineeringEngineering: An Illustrated History from Ancient Crafts to Modern Technology
Edited by Tom Jackson

ISBN: 978-0-9853230-9-7

 

Ponderables

The Elements: An Illustrated History of the Periodic Table
By Tom Jackson
Revised and Updated
ISBN: 978-1-62795-094-7 NEW

Mathematics: An Illustrated History of Numbers
Edited by Tom Jackson
Revised and Updated
ISBN: 978-1-62795-095-4 NEW

Philosophy: An Illustrated History of Thought
By Tom Jackson
ISBN: 978-0-9853230-7-3

Physics: An Illustrated History of the Foundations of Science
By Tom Jackson
Revised and Updated
ISBN: 978-1-62795-096-1 NEW

The Universe: An Illustrated History of Astronomy
By Tom Jackson
ISBN: 978-0-9853230-5-9

Featuring titles from Brian May's London Stereoscopic Company

A new fine-art publishing company with a mission to share the wonders of the world' greatest 3-D images,
from Victorian times to the present day

Queen In 3-DQueen In 3-D
For the first time ever, here is an inside view of one of the greatest rock acts of all time, told in his own pictures and words by founding member, songwriter, and guitarist Brian May.

By Brian May
ISBN: 978-0-9574246-8-5

Crinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent DisasterCrinoline: Fashion’s Most Magnificent Disaster
By Denis Pellerin and Brian May
ISBN: 978-0-95742-462-3

 

 

 

A Village Lost And FoundA Village Lost and Found:
An annotated tour of the 1850s series
of stereo photographs "Scenes in
Our Village"

by T. R. Williams
By Brian May and Elena Vidal
ISBN: 978-07112-3039-2

DiableriesDiableries:
Stereoscopic Adventures in Hell

By Brian May, Denis Pellerin & Paula Fleming

Deluxe Collector's Edition:
978-0-9574246-5-4
Slipcased Edition:
ISBN: 978-0-9574246-0-9

 

The Poor man's Picture GalleryThe Poor Man's Picture Gallery:
Stereoscopy versus paintings in the
Victorian Era

By Denis Pellerin and Brian May
ISBN: 978-0-9574246-1-6

London Stereoscopic Company Ltd

The International Best Seller…

The SlaveThe Slave
Trapped in a vegetative state following a terrible accident that has paralyzed his whole body, the narrator is unable to communicate with those around him. Cut off from family and friends, so begins an inner conversation with his spiritual guide, a conversation which takes him on a journey of self-realization, bringing him eventually to a new state of consciousness and an understanding of his deepest self.

By Anand Dilvar
ISBN: 978-1-62795-104-3