Mitchell Adam Johnson: From Beatles Fan to Musician

Mitchell Adam Johnson: From Beatles Fan to Musician

NET Productions| Nebraska The Chocolate Life

NET Productions| Nebraska The Chocolate Life

(mellow orchestral music) CHRISTOPHER: Chocolate is fascinating, fun. Chocolate is romantic. SUSIE: Chocolate is a warm hug. KEVIN: Messy. (laughing) PAUL: Well said. DEB: Chocolate is mouth watering, satisfying, extravagant, lavish, beautiful. BERTHA: Super delicious. (laughing) CHRISTOPHER: The journey from the discovery of cacao to present day to a chocolate bar is a long, fascinating

Better Know the Great Wave | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios

SARAH GREEN: This episode is supported by Skillshare and our patrons, especially Indianapolis Homes Realty. You’ve seen this image before, a giant wave, its distinctive curly claws arched and ready to pounce. It’s invoked when natural disaster strikes, but also when it’s time to sell beer, jeans, and sweatshirts. It inspired Claude Debussy’s orchestral work

Pearl Was Here | Film School Shorts

Pearl Was Here | Film School Shorts

[ METAL CLANGING ] Britt: I WANT THE GIRAFFE. [ MACHINE WHIRRING ] Ryan: WHATEVER YOU WANT, YOU GET. Britt: THAT’S RIGHT. [ DOOR BEEPS ] Ryan: [ GRUNTING ] [ GRUNTS ] COME ON. [ CRANE WHIRRING ] [ GRUNTING CONTINUES ] [ GROANS ] COME ON! Britt: TOLD YA. Ryan: WHATEVER YOU WANT,

Tattoos: Pop Portraits, Japanese Traditional, American Eclectic | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios

Tattoos: Pop Portraits, Japanese Traditional, American Eclectic | Off Book | PBS Digital Studios

All Japanese tattoo design has a story behind. That’s the beauty of it. Tattooing fit me as a personality and I basically fell in love with it. I think there’s a baseline desire of having this moment in time that helps build strength, that helps build your character, that defines what it is that’s important

Can Tattoos Be Taboo?

Can Tattoos Be Taboo?

In 1961, New York City banned tattoos because officials claimed that the city’s uptick in hepatitis B was related to unclean tattoo parlors … although some say it was more of an attempt to clean up the streets in advance of the world’s fair). Surprisingly, New York didn’t strike down the ban until 1997. But

Traditional Japanese Tattoo Artist Horisuzu

Traditional Japanese Tattoo Artist Horisuzu

[ ♪♪ ] I am Horisuzu. I’m a traditional Japanese tattooer based here in Portland, Oregon. What I think is most unique about the Japanese tattoo is the imagery, would be the first thing. The motifs are things pulled from Japanese culture. So dragons, tigers, heroes, gods, demons. The second aspect of that I think