Phone Booth by British fashion photographer David Dresser is a limited edition, high quality, aluminium mounted print. This piece was created as part of a fashion shoot for fashion designer Sola Sobo. Throughout the 90’s, David was working with stylist/art director and now fellow Runway Gallery artist, SYRETT. Together they created what has been described as on of the seminal shots of the era.
Shot in SYRETT’s then studio in Liverpool. The image reflects the highly fashionable and hedonistic times of that period. A time where dance music was music of choice and ecstasy and cocaine were the drugs of choice.
Phone Booth was part of a collection of images that were to be used in Selfridges but they were banned. The picture was not seen again until a charity Terence Higgins Trust event where it was the first piece to be sold.
David Dresser has photographed for many well-known companies. For instance: All Saints, Sonetti, Skopes, Pomodoro, Giant, Kimko and many more. He’s also photographed for many publications, including GQ, Eve, Fashion Weekly, and Women’s Own. In addition, his work has also been featured in Elle, Marie Claire and Arena.
This is the first time Phone Booth has been offered as limited edition print.
Edition of 10
60 x 90 cm
Lambda Print on reflective paper on aluminium sheet.