The Mercury Phoenix Trust
Freddie Mercury died at the age of 45 on 24 November 1991. The cause of death was pneumonia resulting from AIDS.
The original Freddie Mercury Bust was crafted in collaboration with Queen ahead of the Bohemian Rhapsody movie world premiere and has since been donated to the Mercury Phoenix Trust to go on permanent exhibition at the Queen Studio Experience in Montreux, Switzerland.
The Mercury Phoenix Trust was founded by Brian May, Roger Taylor and Jim Beach in Freddie’s memory. To date, the Trust has given away over $15 million in Freddie’s name and funded over 700 projects in the global battle against HIV/AIDS.
All profits from sales will be donated to the Mercury Phoenix Trust to help fund desperately needed HIV/AIDS initiatives with the aim of eradicating the disease worldwide.
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Freddie lives !!! Tom MacKenzie – sculptor – and myself, with an amazing bust of Freddie which Tom and his son Grant have created using a mixture of 3-D digital modelling and traditional sculpting skills. They kindly presented this today and will donate this priceless treasure to the Queen Studio Experience exhibition in Montreux, to be enjoyed by all who visit. Amazing ! Big Thanks guys !! Bri — photo: Sara Bricusse
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All profits from sales are donated to the Mercury Phoenix Trust to help fund desperately needed HIV/AIDS initiatives with the aim of eradicating the disease worldwide.