Inside Beyoncé’s new 600-page coffee table book

It comes as a box set with a double vinyl LP on top of audio and visual album downloads.

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Nothing Beyoncé ever does is ordinary and that applies to her new coffee table book, named after her landmark sixth record, Lemonade.

‘How to Make Lemonade’ has been announced by her management and entertainment company Parkwood Entertainment as a 600-page coffee table book that’s part of a box set. It will come with a double vinyl LP on top of audio and visual album downloads.

The book will take readers behind the scenes with a collection of exclusive photos, outtakes and art of Queen Bey’s signature dynamic use of fashion, feminism and fearlessness to convey her brand of message.

Everything from the production of ‘Lemonade’ will be covered in the 600 pages – from the visual presentation of the now iconic cover to the project’s influences from collaborators to cameos.

Of course, the unmistakable Laolu Senbanjo Yoruba body painting featured in the ‘Sorry’ video will also be featured.

Here’s a look at some of the pages from the book.

Click here to purchase the boxset.

Images courtesy of Parkwood Entertainment.

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