Somewhere Beyond The Sea
Author: Alberta Magris
Photography: Colin Dutton, Corrado Piccoli, Francesco Russo, George Fetting, Giordano Cipriani, Giovanni Simeone, Guido Cozzi, Karl Davies, Lee Frost, Luca Benini, Matteo Cardin, Maurozio Rellini, Mssimo Ripani, Olimpio Fantuz, Paul Abbitt, Phil Willis, Tim Mannakee Vincenzo Mazza
Language: bilingual English Italian
Cover: Soft cover with elastic closure
Format: 10,5x18,5 cm, 144 pages - 33 photos, 100 gms, FSC certified paper, acid free (pH Neutral)
Be formless. Formless, like thewater: if nothing inside you remains rigid, the external things will reveal themselves. We took Bruce Lee's suggestion: we tried to become the sea.
This Staff Jo it's a visual hymn to 70% of our planet. It is also a tribute to those who have always tried to capture the essence of the sea to make it literature. To those who seek to immortalize their changing identity, transforming salt water into ink.
The sea demands a total, absolute gift, wrote Borges. The sea calls to itself like a siren made of salt water: resisting it is impossible. Follow the sound of the waves and, between the pages of this notebook, you will see them crashing on the rocks and lapping the coasts of the whole world.
All the oceans and i big of the globe gather here to cradle your thoughts and make your imagination navigate: be formless, be water.
What color are you?
Caribbean blue dyes the search for calm and balance, but does not exclude a bit of healthy impulsiveness. As happens in the sea, after all.
It is the color of reflection, of deep feelings and of calm souls. Caribbean blue pushes you to go deep, to follow the movements of the water. This color helps inspiration: it seems that the best ideas come when you contemplate the sea!
Blue is associated with water, the symbol from which everything originates. Don't just surround yourself with this tint: dive right in!