UNREASONABLE – Aloha Nalu
BOARDS & BIKES, MUSIC & FILM — 28/06/2015 — by Christian H.
In his previous works Steven Briand has demonstrated a strong interest in exploring the visual impact of humans moving inbetween geometric, graphic shapes featured in close-ups and total perspectives.
In this film, Steven Briand worked with Team O’Neill surfer and professional athlete Malia Manuel to capture a unique perspective on a single day’s surf session in Western Australia. Utilising drones for the majority of the videography, Steven plays with perspective, taking the viewer into, above, and beyond the waves. This reproduces the effects previously exclusive to Steven’s studio works in a natuic enviroment. Malia shreds along graphic lines dividing steeps from flat and blue from green – Nice!
Supported by O’Neill. Read more about the Unreasonable project here.
Surf through Winter. No Bindings Needed!
19/09/2015 — by Christian B.
Check out Wolfgang Nyvelt shredding the powder-laden Italian Alps in the winter of 2014. Most of the shots Wolle is on an ÄSMO board, means he has no bindings and purely surfs ze mountains ja! Iz Sick!