There may be hope for the morning after the night before. Awaken glamorously with this work from Fotofloor's Rehab series.
Available in two sizes:
60 x 78 cm | limited edition of: 5 ●
100 x 130 cm | limited edition of: 5
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Hahnemuhle FineArt Baryta paper Photorag "natural white" 320 gramsPRINT
Archival pigment print
FRAMING / MOUNTING
The photoprint is mounted on a 2mm dibond or aluminium panel, then spaciously positioned in a white wooden shadowbox frame with museumglass. The photo comes with a hangingsystem on the back.
The photo is delivered with a certificate of authenticity, numbered and personally signed by the photographer.
For La Vie en Rose
This moment tingles by its truthfulness, a magic moment on “The Magic Mountain” (yep, the real one from the novel by Thomas Mann) each photographer has experienced before… you focus and suddenly feel a shiver of love running through your body and it feels as if all the light of the world adheres to your model - or just her eyes in this case. So true, playful, alive and dynamic, sometimes that’s just all you wish for. This photograph is eternally eye-catching and guarantees a big smile on every man's face. Although this was the second major coverstory with Georgina for this magazine, it was anything but boringly repetitive. Verbaan was clearly in tune again with her confused and wacky “Rehab” character. She dared to face the experiment even closer and enter eccentric poetic hemispheres. This shoot will not easily be forgotten anyway, as we were very close to making a big snowplow in the direction of a Swiss ravine with our fully stowed minivan - with Italian summertires - on our way to the location (an Art Nouveau supersanatorium “The Schatzalp” in Davos). Since we couldn’t - and wouldn’t - move another meter with our little bus, we decided to walk up The Magic Mountain with all our stuff, designer clothing and make-up; Georgina in front. An instant classic…
She studied silver photography techniques at the 'Stedelijk Instituut voor Sierkunsten en Ambachten' in Antwerp and thought she'd make career of it. Thus she started working under the name of Fotofloor in 1994. Then she met Mike, a music-mad handyman who spent hours on his computer creating soundtracks for fashion shows. Floor became interested in things digital, while Mike had a go at photography. Love did the rest. Today the couple operates as a well-oiled creativity-machine, with Floor behind the camera and Mike in front of the screen. Working as signature photographers for leading magazines, international brands and record labels. They are known for their celebrity portraits and sell their art through several galleries worldwide.
Behind this record-label type moniker, Mike van der Giessen and Floor Stoop are an inseparable pair of photographers who now have been working together for over ten years. Floor has always been mad about photography and used to create fake holiday pics as a kid, featuring family members, including even absent ones.
Floor studied silver photography techniques at the Stedelijk Instituut voor Sierkunsten en Ambachten in Antwerpen.
Red, Jackie, LINDA., Grazia, Emoticons, Playboy, JAN, Vogue, Vega.