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Skin Deep 03-Minorstep-Paper Collective-30x40cm-Average

Skin Deep 03 , Minorstep , Paper Collective

$69 CAD

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Skin Deep by German photographer George Kroustallis aka Minorstep is a series of three photographic artworks part of a series from the photographer’s extensive documentation of bodies and beautiful variations of human skin. The images elegantly combine elements of fashion photography with excellent composition and beautiful tactility.

Minorstep
Berlin, Germany

George Kroustallis is a Berlin based image director and photographer whose work traverses form, interesting light and femininity via concepts of architecture, fashion, still-life and body.

Working across various projects, George’s defining attention to detail is a result of his unique eye for light and composition with a big emphasis on minimalism and neutral color palettes.