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  • 00:45

    Tattoo Artist Benjamin Schneider

    in Current Events

    Benjamin Schneider, owner of Stuck With It Tattoo, was born January 26, 1984, in Hollywood CA. Raised in Venice Beach, he graduated Venice High School with honors through the Bilingual Business and Finance Academy, and went to Humboldt State University on a full academic scholarship. After college he returned to Venice Beach and found employment at Northrop Grumman.  In 2005 Schneider moved to the Coachella Valley where he has lived ever since. In 2001, Schneider decided to invest in a tattoo kit, a hobby that he found to be fun and profitable, and he has been tattooing ever since.


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  • 01:27

    Tattoo Artist and C.E.O. of Armani Records Sham Sterling

    in Music

    In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I check in with tattoo artist and C.E.O. of Armani Records Sham Sterling a.k.a. "Weight" about his latest project(s). I will also see if he want to lay down some freestyle bars. 

  • 00:29

    Flow Artist Magazine Auditions

    in Performing Arts

    Looking for a outlet to showcase your work and or accomplishments? we are here to help, FAM is a magazine designed to uplift all artist and give them the outlet they deserve to show the world what they are made of.


     


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  • 01:00

    Guest : Tattoo Artist - CLARK NORTH

    in Lifestyle

    GUESTS Tattoo Artist CLARK NORTH http://www.myspace.com/clarktattoo . LIFE & ART>

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  • 01:11

    A Conversation with Artist Karen Margulis

    in Art

    On today's show, we are going to interview the very talented pastel artist Karen Margulis. Join Leslie Saeta and February co-host Dottie Leatherwood as they discuss Karen’s art career and very successful blog. This interview is one will you will not want to miss!

  • 01:51

    Wrestler, artist, musician Trever Aeon

    in Performing Arts

    Professional wrestler Trever Aeon, otherwise known as the Violence Artist, wears many hats. He's a wrestler, a part time actor, an artist creating his own comic book, and a musician. Now before his latest show tonight in Porterdale, GA, Trever sits down to talk about a variety of things, including his creations.
     

  • 00:41

    GYST DO IT! With artist Kio Griffith of TYPE, Durden and Ray, ARTRA and more

    in Art

    Kio Griffith is a Los Angeles-based, continent-crossing, artist, curator, writer, performer, presenter, and collaborator extraordinaire. He is deeply involved in several artist collectives that put on exhibitions and events in a DIY modality, the guiding principle being to value the power of direct engagement between artists and audiences.


    Kio is the founder and/or core member of Cafemode, Durden and Ray, TYPE (Tokyo+Yokohama Projects Exchange), ARTRA Curatorial and MAS (Mutual Appreciation Society) ATTACK. In the year 2015 he was involved in more than 60 exhibitions and projects in Los Angeles, nationally and internationally, especially in Japan. Kio also presents experimental, improvisational music performances in alternative venues and has designed more than 300 album covers through his art/design/music platform 9rpm. 


    kiogriffith.com  Kio can also be found promoting all of his on Facebook facebook.com/kio.griffith


    GYST DO IT! is hosted by independent curator Kara Walker Tomé for GYST-Ink, an artist-run company providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists.

  • 00:31

    Chris Delaney – Tattoo Artist/Owner of Almighty Ink in Asbury Park

    in Radio

    Tattoos. More and more Americans are getting inked according to a recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. In 1999, approx 21% of the respondents said someone in their household had a tattoo, and today that number has risen to 40 percent. Military veterans and those currently serving in the armed forces have the most ink -- 36 % have a tattoo. I’m a fan of tattoos as well with 5 small ones in various private locations. But mostly I’m a huge fan of tattoo artists and fascinated by their artistry and ability to create amazing designs on the human canvas. Tattoo artist Chris Delaney established Almighty Ink in 2002 in Asbury Park as a private studio to focus on creating large format full body tattoos for discerning tattoo enthusiasts. If you want a tiny butterfly on your ankle, you’ll have to go elsewhere. Chris began tattooing at the age of 16 and purchased his first professional tattoo equipment in 1989 and began implementing his vision of custom tattoos. He is proficient in most tattoo styles but prefers to work in a bold and expressive fashion, as well as exploring the more obscure low-brow art genres. His influences vary widely, and he consequently enjoys a special clientele that allow him to freely express his creative ideas. Chris chooses his clients based on their unique tattoo desires and as to whether it fits his personal style. After the interview, please visit After Hours At Jersey Coastal Live.

  • 02:01

    This Week's Guest is After Life Artist Joan Therese

    in Health

    Spiritual Medium and After Life Artist Joan Therese joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio.  Joan  is a Spiritual & Psychic Clairvoyant Medium who also has the ability to draw those who have passed by channeling without requiring any photos or information in advance.  She can connect to Angels, Spirit Guides and Loved Ones in the Spiritual Realm.  This week's topic will be connecting with those on the other side.


    During the first half hour, Tony will go over additions to our website and will talk about the health topic of his choice.


    During the second half hour, Luella's topic will be:  Noticing the signs the universe gives us.

  • 00:30

    Jim Shaw of Blu Trinity Comics: Comic Artist & Comic Theorist

    in Radio

    Reading comic books was a big part of my life as I was growing up. Batman and Superman were frequent companions, but my all time favorite comic was MAD Magazine. Comics and comic artists have evolved over the years from The Yellow Kid which was featured in 1895 in the New York World to web based artists like Jim Shaw and his Will Draw for Food creation. There was a time when Jim was living on his own, working three minimum wage jobs just to make ends meet. In Jim’s own words: “I recall early one morning, in the backroom of one of my tedious retail jobs, half-awake, I had a revelation. I did not want to simply exist, to merely pass through this one chance at life, forgotten, known by no one. An unobserved life is not worth living. With that notion playing in my head all day, I quit my jobs, moved back home with my parents, and applied to Brookdale Community College.” Jim had always been interested in comics, manga, video games and all other degrees of nerd paraphernalia, and so he began pursuing a career as a comic artist. He has gone on to work on multiple projects, comics and children’s books, such as Aerin, Will Draw for Food, I am a Superhero, and many more. Jim works online with many other artists, and in June of 2015, he co-founded a comic books publishing house called Blu Trinity Comics with two colleagues. Their goal is to help others get their comic books published, online, in-print, and into the hands of readers across the globe. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.