Video: By The Water

June 03, 2014

BY THE WATER from samuele malfatti on Vimeo.

By the water is a point of view, an undefined boundary between inside and outside, between submerged and emerged. The space in which the surfboard moves, not completely in the water, not totally free in the air; an area dominated by balance and lightness, where time is marked by the rhythm of the waves.

concept:
Alessandro Ponzanelli
Samuele Malfatti

photography:
Nicola Bresciani/sulfculture.it

editing & grading:
Samuele Malfatti

Music:
Giovanni Briganti

surfer:
bing surfboards team rider Alessandro Ponzanelli

bing single fins:
9’8 bella vita prototype (california pintail)
9’6 elevator by cdm
9’6 california square tail
6’8 karma



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