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The Art Of explores creative fields that fall outside the traditional definition of art.
(2013) Zulu. Profiles of two artists with different specialties – medical tattoos and tribal tattoos.
(2013) Joe Connolly. "The Art of Graffiti" profiles artists who explain how tagging and spray painting have evolved into complex and celebrated street art.
(2013) Amy Campion, Rocco Katastrophe. Profiles of an artist on an independent hip hop label, a transgender rapper, and an urban dance group.
(2013) Tricia Alley, Mitch Harris. "The Art of Mixology" profiles an entrepreneur who creates cutting edge cocktails using unique herbs and seasonal ingredients, a Barber Shop that serves prohibition style martinis and a woman who has turned her passion for mixology into a successful career.
(2013) Chef Andy Matsuda, Nikki Gilbert. A look at creative fields that are outside the traditional definition of “art.” "The Art of Sushi" profiles a married couple whose restaurant has perfected the art of take- out sushi, a chef who started a sushi chef training school and a women who caters sushi parties .
(2013) Adriana Gutierrez, Nick Romero. A look at creative fields that are outside the traditional definition of “art.” "The Art of Sneakers" profiles a woman who has merged fine art and hip hop culture into her one of a kind custom painted sneakers, a shoe store that lets you customize and design your own pair of chuck Taylors and a Downtown LA consignment shop of rare and vintage kicks.
(2013) Michael Granberry, Darnell Williams, Rick Solomon. A look at creative fields that are outside the traditional definition of “art.” "The Art of Animation" profiles an artist who has been animating with stop motion since the age of 10, an expert in real time animation technologies and an artist whose company still practices traditional hand-drawn 2D animation.
“The Art Of” explores creative fields that fall outside the traditional definition of “art.” “The Art Of: Costume Design” looks at artists who outfit some of the biggest names in pop music and theater and also meets with a design company responsible for hundreds of spooktacular costumes in store this Halloween.
(2014)“The Art Of” explores creative fields that fall outside the traditional definition of “art.” This week, “The Art Of: Fashion” looks at three celebrated designers who each take a unique and art-inspired approach to fashion, from eco-friendly couture to vintage rehab to plus-size style.
(2014) “The Art Of” explores creative fields that fall outside the traditional definition of “art.” "The Art Of: Hair” introduces three artists who bring design to the ‘do with towering hair sculptures, vintage looks and natural hair care styling and braiding techniques.
“The Art Of: Dessert” looks at the sweet styles of three dessert artists with their 3D printed sugar sculptures, hand-painted chocolates and perfectly composed pastries.
(2014)“The Art Of: Burlesque” looks at the sultry style of artists who are revolutionizing the provocative and powerful world of burlesque with their acrobatic exhibitions, captivating cabaret and intimate photography of fearless performers.
“The Art Of: Holidays” looks at the ice sculptors and architects responsible for creating The Ice Kingdom at "Chill," a frozen holiday adventure at the Queen Mary ship in Long Beach, CA.
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