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

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

Tattoo Age: Mutsuo (Part 3/3)

Tattoo Age: Mutsuo (Part 3/3)

MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] [RINGS BELL] MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] [HARP MUSIC] MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] Yoshi. Yoshi. My mother. MUTSUO’S MOTHER: Hello. MUTSUO: [LAUGHS]. MUTSUO’S MOTHER: How are you? MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] I live together. [SPEAKING JAPANESE] MASA SAKAMOTO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] [TATTOOING NEEDLE] MUTSUO: [SPEAKING JAPANESE] [INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC]

Tattoo Age: Thom deVita (Part 2/5)

Tattoo Age: Thom deVita (Part 2/5)

MALE SPEAKER: And your hand shakes from Parkinson’s? THOM DEVITA: Yes, and you noticed my hand shaking? MALE SPEAKER: And how long ago did Parkinson’s set in? THOM DEVITA: About a year and a half ago. I was born with a central tremor. A central tremor shakes when you pick something up. Parkinson’s stops when

Dan Santoro – Tattoo Age – Bonus Footage

Dan Santoro – Tattoo Age – Bonus Footage

DAN: The fact that we’re all friends, and we’ve sort of formulated a way to coexist so nicely. So that’s what makes the clubhouse. It’s fun. We’ve sort of got our little schedule thing going. We all know when everybody’s starting to get hungry. We give each other the eye a little bit. Craig. Get

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 2/3)

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 2/3)

DAN SANTORO: I grew up in Woodbridge, New Jersey. I was paying for community college and it wasn’t much, it was like $800 a semester. And to me it was like, what a waste of my fucking money. So I dropped out and then I started working as a sign painter for Wegmans in upstate

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 3/3)

Tattoo Age: Dan Santoro (Part 3/3)

JEFF OGIBA: I like the frog on the mushroom. DAN SANTORO: Yeah. I love that one too, man. I would really like to do that, to be honest with you. JEFF OGIBA: Who tagged all these? How big would you make that? DAN SANTORO: I’d do probably like– JEFF OGIBA: Just a little one? DAN

Freddy Corbin – Tattoo Age – VICE – 4 of 4

Freddy Corbin – Tattoo Age – VICE – 4 of 4

FREDDY CORBIN: I tell them the story, you know, well, I did my brother’s funeral here, and I got married, and I’m having a baby, so I’m kind of coming back for good juju for his birth and stuff like that. And they just got it. They’re way into thinking like that. You know what

UK’s Scariest Debt Collector (Part 2/2)

UK’s Scariest Debt Collector (Part 2/2)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SHAUN SMITH: I’ve got a debt here for a very good friend of mine who trains at gym called Chaddy. So we just want to chase him down today and see if we can get him, because he’s a bit of a rat. Well, he’s a fucking cockroach, isn’t he? See this is

Tattoo Age: Valerie Vargas (Part 1/3)

VALERIE VARGAS: I didn’t like being different at school. I don’t think any kid really, actually fully enjoys being different at school. I’ve got a really old drawing that I did of my mom when I was like 10 or 11. That’s pretty cool. Where the fuck did I put it? I hope I didn’t