Aztec Tattoo Artist Uses Ink to Honor Ancestors

Aztec Tattoo Artist Uses Ink to Honor Ancestors

♪♪ -Tattooing back then was still very, very toxic and very, very closed-door… [ Needle buzzing ] …objectifying our women. Unfortunately, with, like, Chicano tattoos and prison art, it has gone that route. Like, I know how I want to do it from my heart, and that’s not part of it. ♪♪ Somebody gets a

Student design of Japan subway station wins competition

Student design of Japan subway station wins competition

– Hello everyone, hi Mom and Dad. My name is Nathanielle Sybico, you guys can call me Nell. And this is my project, Revitalizing: Osmosis in Architecture. And the project is called Kaizuka Subway Station. And so first off I’d like to thank my committee, Marcel, my Chair, Ko Aitani, and Galen Newman – I

Two Generations of Tattoo Artists on the Evolution of Tattooing | Back in My Day

Two Generations of Tattoo Artists on the Evolution of Tattooing | Back in My Day

Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

Tripping on Hallucinogenic Frogs (Part 1/3)

[MUSIC PLAYING] [SOUNDS OF AMAZON] HAMILTON MORRIS: Hello. I’m Hamilton Morris. We’re currently boating through flooded forests on our way to meet the Mayoruna Indians, a formerly cannibalistic tribe who use a strange frog derived drug they call sapo. They use it to give themselves energy before hunting. They use it to abort pregnancies by

How Tattoos Help These Women Ink Their Own Stories

How Tattoos Help These Women Ink Their Own Stories

(gentle piano music) – Some people view tattoos as destroying yourself, as a way of crying out for help rather than a way of strengthening yourself. I found myself through tattoos. I want to give women that expression and ability to find out who they are. (hopeful music) (soft music) My mom has said tattoos

TATTOOS PART OF MALAYSIAN CULTURE?   EP4 | SAYS Cakap Banyak

TATTOOS PART OF MALAYSIAN CULTURE? EP4 | SAYS Cakap Banyak

I think what happened Just got blown out of proportion Welcome to another episode of SAYS Cakap Banyak Episode number 4 I’m still figuring out how to Sit in this podcast Because we have a new studio Well it’s not our studio It is a tattoo store/studio And being the last podcast We’re filimng for

What’s Wrong with Dying? | Lesley Hazleton | TEDxSeattle

What’s Wrong with Dying? | Lesley Hazleton | TEDxSeattle

Translator: Mariam Abou-bakr Reviewer: Aari Lemmik So, I know most people are terrified of death, but I’m terrified of cocktail parties. (Laughter) I’m not much good at the usual social chatter, so if you put a couple of drinks inside me, there’s no knowing what I might come out with. (Laughter) Like what happened at

Tattoo Age: Thom deVita (Part 1/5)

Tattoo Age: Thom deVita (Part 1/5)

FEMALE SPEAKER: Have you always been an artist? THOM DEVITA: What’d you say? FEMALE SPEAKER: Have you always been an artist? THOM DEVITA: Yeah, for about 40 years. JOHN WYATT: He’s the greatest tattooer. FEMALE SPEAKER: Greatest tattooer? [INAUDIBLE]. THOM DEVITA: I can do that also. FEMALE SPEAKER: You can, yeah. THOM DEVITA: Every shop