Margot Robbie Retires from Tattooing Friends After Almost Ruining a Wedding

Margot Robbie Retires from Tattooing Friends After Almost Ruining a Wedding

-You have such a big weekend this weekend. -Yes. -“Birds of Prey” is out on Friday. -Mm-hmm. -That’s a giant movie. I want to talk about that. But, also, you’re nominated for an Oscar in “Bombshell.” [ Cheers and applause ] -Yes. Thank you. -You were phenomenal in that movie. It was like, it was

Paul Gilbert: “Blues Vs Metal” (sub ITA)

when I was still on shredding ’cause I was listening to Yngwie Malmsteen and also listening to other classical music so like when also the keyboard, you know, sort of… that sort of things some beautiful harpsichord and piano music from Bach and Mozart and I really like that but you know I play the

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

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

The Irish Drill Scene Won’t Be Stopped | Gangsta Rap International – Ireland

The Irish Drill Scene Won’t Be Stopped | Gangsta Rap International – Ireland

Ashley Graham Gave Guests Tattoos and Piercings at Her Coed Baby Shower

Ashley Graham Gave Guests Tattoos and Piercings at Her Coed Baby Shower

-Hi, baby! -It’s a lot harder to sit on these chairs now. -Oh, my God. -Oh! -How adorable. Oh, my gosh. How are you feeling? How’s it going? -I am feeling large and in charge. -Okay, that’s good. That’s great. -It’s like a sci-fi film every day. There’s, like, a little alien taking over my

Industrial Design for Outer Space

Industrial Design for Outer Space

[COMPUTER MUSIC] EVAN TWYFORD: Three dimensional design for me was always kind of the greatest form of creation. Being able to take an idea from that very tiny amount of energy, being this idea in your head, and then formulating that into a fully functional three-dimensional product. Take that a step further, I always kind