(gentle piano music) – When I have the Henna crown on, it’s as if people don’t see the sickness as much as they do when your head is just bald. They just look and they see this beautiful artwork, and it’s empowering. It’s nice to feel almost normal again. – My name is Sarah Walters,
I’m Grace Neutral, a tattoo artist and activist. I don’t know if they’re more freaked out by my tattoos or the fact that I’m wearing a Burberry coat in a spa. I’m interested in ideas of alternative beauty and pushing our boundaries of positive body image. If you could never wear makeup again. How would
Hey, this is Trey. We’re in Alaska. Oh, hell yeah.This is Blunt Reviews.A weed travel showwhere we review things to dowhile you’re stoned.So much weed.Just woke up in Anchorage.It’s very, very beautiful outside. We’re at a B&B that’s right on the inlet.We are going to get high,and then go eat breakfastwith Cecelia,who is the owner
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It’s tradition. It’s something that niggas got to keep it going, it’s about the respect of it, the love of it. You feel what I’m saying? You understanding what it is? I understand the initiation is super important. It’s love. You know? It’s the key, you know what I’m saying? It’s like right of passage.
(slow magical music) – [Narrator] Welcome to North Ronaldsay, a small remote island off the northern reaches of Scotland. Home to around 50 people, two lighthouses, an airport, some sheep, cattle, and a few seals; and that’s about it. Not much of a labor force. So while on the mainland you might have one, maybe
Tattoo culture is alive and well in China. Despite recent efforts by the government to sensor body art in media. Jiuwu is a tattoo artist who is part of this renaissance in traditional Chinese tattooing. In his studio in downtown Beijing, he creates works that are inspired largely by classical Chinese art and literature. In
Yeah, it’s always the question why, but… I feel more complete every time I have a session, you know. Everybody wants to look like how you see yourself, you know. For the Brutal Black project, the most important [thing] is the experience. It’s like a kind of rite of passage thing, like a ritual. They