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    Stacking Slabs
    Collecting with Your Family with Tim McIntosh (@timmerscards)

    Stacking Slabs

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 45:59


    In this episode Brett explores the topic of collecting with your family with Tim McIntosh (@timmerscards). Tim's return to the Hobby is full of great stories about passion and collecting with the people who you love most. Sign up for the Stacking Slabs Weekly Rip Newsletter using this linkSign up for Card Ladder and show your support for the show by using this linkFollow Stacking Slabs: | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | TiktokFollow Tim: | Instagram

    TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey
    #101: The Jordan Belfort Song Guy Is Reinventing Music Discovery In Web3 | Famous Dyl

    TRENDIFIER with Julian Dorey

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 136:38


    (***TIMESTAMPS in Description Below) ~ Dylan “DYL” Rhodes is a Recording Artist and Entrepreneur. He came to prominence in 2015 via his Platinum-hit single with Wes Walker, “Jordan Belfort”––which was the number one college song of the year and peaked at #25 on the Billboard Hot 100. Dyl is also the Founder of Advantage Blockchain in 2017––a consulting firm that works with companies to integrate blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies in environmentally-sustainable ways.   Dyl's Twitter: https://twitter.com/famous_dyl  ***TIMESTAMPS*** 0:00 - Intro; Dyl talks about ownership in the music industry and the problems he ran into with his single, Jordan Belfort; Music NFTs 21:07 - Explaining music NFTs; The Below-25 Marketing Philosophy; Collecting art in a digital landscape 43:42 - The hype machine of projects that have zero value; Dyl explains the Twitter Spaces discovery radio concept; What prompted Dyl to give this a go 1:00:12 - The Youtube discovery boom in 2008, 2009, and 2010; Meshing Web2 with Web3 in the music industry 1:16:42 - Dyl explains the organic growth timeline of Jordan Belfort after he released it; Julian explains why he thinks the music industry has sold upcoming artists a lie; The problem with holding off music at all costs 1:43:41 - Dyl recalls NFT NYC and Art Basel last year; Jordan getting into NFTs? 2:01:26 - Changes coming to Spaces with Elon?; Elon's potential takeover of Twitter and what it means ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Get $150 Off The Eight Sleep Pod Pro Mattress / Mattress Cover (USING CODE: “TRENDIFIER”): https://eight-sleep.ioym.net/trendifier   PRIVADO VPN FOR $4.99/Month: https://privadovpn.com/trendifier/#a_aid=Julian Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot

    Golden Age of Cardboard | A vintage sports card podcast
    How Does One Start In Collecting Vintage??

    Golden Age of Cardboard | A vintage sports card podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 36:09


    On today's episode, I talk to my friend Don about some tips, tricks and thoughts for collectors wanting to get into the vintage world. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goldenageofcardboard/support

    Thrill of the Hunt: A Collector's Podcast
    Episode 13: Collecting a Galaxy Far, Far Away

    Thrill of the Hunt: A Collector's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 85:55


    Join Chris and Brian as we cover our latest acquisitions and dive directly into the vast history of Star Wars toys. Tune in as we take a trip down memory lane, sharing our collecting stories from days long gone in a galaxy far, far away. Oh yeah, Happy Star Wars Day!

    Moonbase 2 Podcast
    From the Files of Teletraan 2 Episode 53

    Moonbase 2 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 154:04


    Its been a while but comic talk has returned, but there will be no reviews this time. Mikey brings Vangelus on to talk about IDW 2, well the transformers side of it. Vangelus is for it and of course Mikey is against it, the battle commence!

    The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of
    CATALOG DAY IV: THE VOYAGE HOME

    The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 166:41


    In this super-sized, pants-shitting episode, David and Ryan page turn the spectacular new catalog for the June 21-24 Prop Store auction.  They discuss a massive Aliens lode, Batman spearguns, scissorhands, hoverboards, Wilson!, grail diaries and holy grails, Hatori Hanzo swords, Star Fleet uniforms, a “pretty cool” X-Wing model, and David wonders aloud if bidding against him might cause sudden death.  And that's just Day 1!

    Cardboard Chronicles
    Brett - "Filling the need for more collector content" | Cardboard Chronicles 83

    Cardboard Chronicles

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 51:00


    CARDBOARD CHRONICLES EPISODE 83with Brett from Stacking Slabshttps://www.instagram.com/stackingslabs/After a long break, I'm bringing the show back with fellow content creator Brett from Stacking Slabs. Brett has an incredible podcast centered around collecting which is an under-represented theme of content in the hobby. We talk about collecting older players for cheaper and what cards make us happy. This one is for the collector.INSTAGRAM: @cardboard_chronicles

    Dave & Ethan's 2000
    Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Bonus Episode 10 cm - Weird Al Medford, MA Review (May 7)

    Dave & Ethan's 2000" Weird Al Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 88:39


    The tastytrade network
    Small Stakes - May 24, 2022 - Options Trading Return on Investment

    The tastytrade network

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 9:41


    Options trading, like stock investing, can come down to how much you return on your investment, so futures dudes Jermal and Frank compare the profit potential of several strategies and products to find the best ROI. Collecting more $$$ for a short premium strategy like the short strangle isn't helpful if the buying power required is astronomical. The guys find that option strategies can produce much greater returns with options on futures than options on stocks, and they use US dollar for a direct comparison.Using the US Dollar ETF (UUP) you can get around 5-10% ROI for short options, while Small US Dollar (SFX) futures offer between 25-50% ROI on their options. Check out the comparison of stock options for futures options, and learn more about trading options on futures.

    The tastytrade network
    Small Stakes - May 24, 2022 - Options Trading Return on Investment

    The tastytrade network

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 10:32


    Options trading, like stock investing, can come down to how much you return on your investment, so futures dudes Jermal and Frank compare the profit potential of several strategies and products to find the best ROI. Collecting more $$$ for a short premium strategy like the short strangle isn't helpful if the buying power required is astronomical. The guys find that option strategies can produce much greater returns with options on futures than options on stocks, and they use US dollar for a direct comparison.Using the US Dollar ETF (UUP) you can get around 5-10% ROI for short options, while Small US Dollar (SFX) futures offer between 25-50% ROI on their options. Check out the comparison of stock options for futures options, and learn more about trading options on futures.

    “Fun with Annuities” The Annuity Man Podcast
    Heather Schreiber: Social Security Hacks & Insider Secrets

    “Fun with Annuities” The Annuity Man Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 49:05


     In this episode, The Annuity Man and Heather Schreiber discuss:  Insolvency in the future  When should you claim?  Consulting with experts  Collecting survivor benefits   Key Takeaways:  Somewhere in the years 2034 and 2035, social security will experience insolvency if nothing changes in the present. This is not as dire as it sounds; insolvency will only happen if nothing changes from now until then.  You have to be careful about the break-even when you're married because there is a disparity in benefit estimates.  The best way to truly know what course of action to take is to surround yourself with experts who will discuss the “what if”s and tell you what's the best decision you can make for the specific lifestyle you want. You can't file for survivor benefits online; the only way that a surviving spouse will collect a survivor's benefit automatically is if they were collecting dependent spousal benefits while the spouse was living.    "Insolvency just means that the trust funds will be depleted; it does not mean that they're just going to cut off benefits." —  Heather Schreiber.       Connect with Heather Schreiber: Website:  https://www.hlsretirementconsulting.com/  Phone: (678) 888-5110   Connect with The Annuity Man:  Website: http://theannuityman.com/  Email: Stan@TheAnnuityMan.com  Book: Owner's Manuals: https://www.stantheannuityman.com/how-do-annuities-work YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCXKKxvVslbeGAlEc5sra2g  Get a Quote Today: https://www.stantheannuityman.com/annuity-calculator! 

    ForceCast Network: Star Wars News and Commentary (All Shows)
    OBI-WAN KENOBI PRESS CONFERENCE, BANDAI NAMCO, STAR WARS TRAILERS, AND MORE!

    ForceCast Network: Star Wars News and Commentary (All Shows)

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022


    The ForceCast is BACK!!This week on a jam-packed episode, Ryan is joined by the marketing team from Bandai Namco to discuss their presence at Celebration.Then, Ryan's wife Kate joins the show to watch the OT trailers and decide which movie seems most appealing based on those.Finally, The ForceCast took part in an Obi-Wan Kenobi press events and we play highlights from the event.

    The Flagship Baseball Cards Podcast
    Episode 37: How to navigate a falling market, what's wrong with Vladdy? Is Mookie for real, and does it matter? What will be in Topps Series 2? A prospecting update!

    The Flagship Baseball Cards Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 32:10


    Rob talks some strategies for dealing with the big drop in the card market, takes a look at offence in baseball and how it compares to a normal season, takes a hard look at Vladdy Guerrero Jr.'s 2022 troubles, makes some Topps S2 predictions, checks in on Mookie Betts and outlines why he's so important, and then looks into the prospect opportunities and asks if we should be buying prospects at all right now.Special thanks to gemrate.com for their help in accumulating market cap dataCheck out MySlabs for 1% seller fees on slabsPlease Hit Subscribe!Connect with Rob on twitter @FlagshipPodcast or email: rob@flagshipbaseball.comFollow on InstagramCheck out the YouTube channelThanks to Hanna Kent for her invaluable contributions to the podcast. If you'd like to see more of her work, she can be found at: hannakentvo.comISOBP is a stat we created for the podcast. It measures the things baseball card collectors tend to care about. It is forward looking, and so far has an excellent track record for spotting young talent in the minors, and significant changes in the majors.The formula is:(OBP+ISO)-(BB%-K%)+(SB/500)In the Minors: .450 = average, .500 = above average,  .600 = elite,  .700 = generationalIn the Majors:.400 = average, .500 = above average,  .550 = elite,  .600 = generationalMLB ISOBP can be found here: MLB ISOBPMiLB ISOBP can be found here: MiLB ISOBPCheck out the website: flagshipbaseball.comSupport the show

    Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips
    Soccer Card Strategy Show Episode 3: The Difference Between Collecting And Investing; MLS vs. UEFA

    Paul Hickey's Data Driven Daily Tips

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 35:40


    Kendall McKee and Tre Calvin bring you Episode 3 of the Soccer Card Strategy Show, hitting on the following topics: - Investing vs. Collecting - Overall investment goals and strategy - MLS vs. UEFA Champions League - Women's Cards To Buy - Up and coming under the age of 20 players to buy - 2021 Topps Chrome UEFA Champions League Release --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sportscardstrategy/support

    Dave & Ethan's 2000
    Ridiculously Self-Indulgent Bonus Episode 9 cm - Weird Al Medford, MA Review (May 6)

    Dave & Ethan's 2000" Weird Al Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 84:00


    Moonbase 2 Podcast
    Moonbase 2 Episode 698

    Moonbase 2 Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 117:15


    Andy called it....well sort of, as Hasbro reveals the repaint of the Legacy Laser Optimus Prime into Black Convoy, not Scourge unfortunately, were the reactions to this positive or negative? Also in the Transformers news Mikey finally gets a Grimlock figure in an animation style from Newage, Fanshobby are doing a Buster/Dreadwind figure and Legacy shows off Nitro Convoy. Also what the lads did during the week.

    Star Wars: Prototypes and Production
    86. Ahsokaholics Assemble! The Ahsoka Roundtable Discusses Collecting And Fandom In The Ahsoka Era!

    Star Wars: Prototypes and Production

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 82:48


    If you are an Ahsoka fan, this season is the calm before the Togruta storm. 14 years ago, George Lucas and Dave Filoni introduced Ahsoka Tano to the world. And over time, Ahsoka has become one of the most popular Star Wars characters ever. And with her new live-action series helmed by Dave Filoni on the horizon, as well as the excitement surrounding Star Wars Celebration and the new Obi-Wan series, things are about to get very interesting for Ahsoka fans! Join host David Quinn for another Ahsoka Roundtable, with five other die-hard Ahsoka obsessives, as they discuss the impact of the animated character, how the live-action version has been received, Celebration anticipation, and what it's like to collect Ahsoka prototypes and memorabilia as the era of Star Wars on the small screen continues. Featuring Will Russ, Fonz Napolitano, Christopher James Leddy, FJ DeRobertis, and Clifton Boggs. Ahsokaholics Unite! Thank you for being a part of Season Four. Here's to a new year, with new adventures in the world of Star Wars! If you enjoy Star Wars: Prototypes and Production, please: 1. Subscribe/follow the podcast (It's free!) 2. Leave a review on your preferred podcast platform (Help me get to 500 reviews!) 3. And tell a friend (or twenty)! It would be most appreciated - you have the power to help grow the podcast! Thank you in advance! To Listen to the Episode on the Prototype Archives Site: https://www.prototypearchives.com/podcast Links to the Episode on Various Platforms: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/star-wars-prototypes-and-production/id1448205460?mt=2 https://open.spotify.com/show/744L0XQhmpXn2AZeaxUhOZ https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zb3VuZGNsb3VkLmNvbS91c2Vycy9zb3VuZGNsb3VkOnVzZXJzOjU2NTA4ODM3Ni9zb3VuZHMucnNz https://soundcloud.com/david-quinn-908355451/tracks https://www.podbean.com/podcast-detail/u4ywr-80960/Star-Wars-Prototypes-and-Production-Podcast https://player.fm/series/2473540 https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-star-wars-prototypes-and-p-31050806/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/star-wars-prototypes-and-production/id1448205460?mt=

    PumaPodcast
    Pinoys are collecting their passions | Philippinerds

    PumaPodcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 30:12


    They say one man's trash is another's treasure. And humans have always loved collecting and displaying the things they love. Things like coins, stamps, band merch, toys, and more, are all worth something to someone. The nerds talk to local collectors Bella Toledo, Pam Pastor, Misha Lecaros, and anthropology professor Bobot Jocano about how individuals and society benefit from this hobby. From the "Philippinerds" podcast by Smart and powered by PumaPodcast. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Toy Power Podcast
    #264: Toy-verse of Madness!

    Toy Power Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 72:43


    Today on the Toy Power Podcast, our own Villain for Hire takes the wheel as Scot stands in for Hollywood Trent. Election night aside, we get to vote on some of the biggest toy stories of the week including: Lego Transformers, more Ultimates Thundercats, Earthworm Jim, Legends, gun packs and a perfect Donatello? Hats off to the Bad Boys of Toys who get the honor of having official Mythic Legions made of them. Will this finally kick us into gear? Then it's off to the MCU and the Multiverse of Madness! Who gives a surprisingly high score? Plus a tease for next weeks special guest... Support the show: http://patreon.com/toypowerpodcast See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Unfinished Print
    Ralph Kiggell - Printmaker: Beyond Japan

    The Unfinished Print

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 85:45


    Ralph Kiggell has been an important part of the international mokuhanga community for many years. Ralph takes many different elements of mokuhanga, the energy and exploration of an artist, to create some of the most dramatic and ambitious mokuhanga today. On this episode of The Unfinished Print I speak with mokuhanga printmaker Ralph Kiggel about his life in Thailand, using locally sourced materials for his mokuhanga from that country; we also speak on his artistic ambitions, his observations on the current state of the mokuhanga community, and what he would like to see as its future.  Please follow The Unfinished Print and my own print work on Instagram @andrezadoroznyprints Twitter @unfinishedprint, or email me at theunfinishedprint@gmail.com Notes: may contain a hyperlink. Simply click on the highlighted word or phrase. Ralph Kiggell - website, Instagram, interview with Evil. O Japan and the West - Japan as a country has had an uneasy relationship with the "West." In many cases this relationship has focused solely with the United States. For a fine early description of this particular relationship please read The Making of Modern Japan, by Marius B. Jansen, and Empreror of Japan: Meiji and His World, 1852-1912 by Donald Keene.  ukiyo-e - is a multi colour woodblock print generally associated with the Edo Period (1603-1867) of Japan. What began in the 17th Century as prints of only a few colours, evolved into an elaborate system of production and technique into the Meiji Period (1868-1912). With the advent of photography and other forms of printmaking, ukiyo-e as we know it today, ceased production by the late 19th Century.  Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) - was a Dutch painter, considered to be a part of the Dutch Golden Age of painting. He was notable for his self-portraits, landscape painting, and empathic painting.  Serigraphy - is another word for the art of silk screen printing. Silk screen printing can be in on various materials, silk, canvas, paper, etc.  Western Engagement with Mokuhanga -  the connection with woodblock prints and the West, predominantly with the United States and Britain, began when the elite of both countries started collecting ukiyo-e. Collecting ukiyo-e was the fashion for wealthier patrons of the arts who saw the beautiful images from Japan and their “Oriental” aesthetic as worth collecting. By the start of the twentieth century ukiyo-e production had began to wane. It wasn't until Watanabe Shōzaburō (1885-1962) who worked in the woodblock print business, and who exported prints to the West to a foreign market, saw the benefit of focusing his business for foreign buyers. He established his publishing house in Tōkyō for making woodblock prints with high end techniques (almost lost at that point) and used the traditional hanmoto system of print production to facilitate the demand. This began a fruitful business which created a new generation of woodblock production and Japanese aesthetic. The two important types of woodblock print styles from this period are shin-hanga (new prints), and sōsaku-hanga (creative prints). shin-hanga - or, new prints, is a style of woodblock print production connected to the early twentieth century in Japan. Attributed to Watanabe Shōzaburō, and were created via the ukiyo-e, hanmoto system. Prints are produced through a hierarchy. This hierarchy is as follows: publisher commissions artist who designs the prints, professional woodblock carvers carve the prints, and professional printers print the prints. This collaboration system helped make shin-hanga into the collectable works we find today. They help to codify a romanticized Japanese aesthetic, for a Western audience.  sōsaku-hanga - or creative prints, is a style of printmaking which is predominantly, although not exclusively, prints made by one person. It started in the early twentieth century in Japan, in the same period as the shin-hanga movement. The artist designs, carves, and prints their own works. The designs, especially in the early days, may seem rudimentary but the creation of self made prints was a breakthrough for printmakers beginning to move away from where only a select group of carvers, printers and publishers created woodblock prints.  War prints & Japanese Imperialism - as Japan entered the Pacific Theatre of war (1941-1945) with the United States, the fascist military government had complete power in Japan at the time, and used woodblock prints, as well as other mediums such as lithography and photography, to propagandize their war effort. Printmakers such as Kawase Hasui (1883-1957) even got involved in producing prints that helped the war effort. He designed several war prints during this time period. Prints such as The Red Setting Sun, is a prime example of how the times and aesthetic show a relatively innocuous scene of figures (Japanese soldiers) riding on horses with a setting sun back drop. For more detailed information regarding war time prints I suggest, Conflicts of Interest: Art and War in Modern Japan, ed. Philip K. Hu w/ Rhiannon Paget, and The Politics of Painting by Asato Ikeda. My interview with Rhiannon Paget PhD can be found, here.  The American Occupation and Woodblock Prints - the occupation of Japan occurred after the end of the Pacific theatre (1941-1945) and World War 2 (1939-1945). The Occupation of Japan was from 1945-1952. During this period of nation rebuilding, the Japanese print market as a post-war souvenir was very popular. The rapid growth of the woodblock print in the immediate post-war is attributed to several factors. Robert O. Muller (1911-2003) was an American collector who helped establish print connections with Japan and the United States. From owning the Shima Art Co. of New York City, to working with Shōzaburō in Tōkyō after the war, Robert O. Muller's contribution can be considered unprecedented in woodblock print history.  Kōshirō Onchi (1891-1955) was another factor in the rise of woodblock prints during the Allied Occupation. His First Thursday Society, and with the help of his daughter who worked directly with the Supreme Commander of Allied Powers (SCAP), Onchi was able to spread the word on the creative prints project (sōsaku hanga) by making connections with important collectors in the American military government, as well as recruiting American artists, such as Ernst Hacker (1917-1987).  For more information regarding the American Occupation of Japan and woodblock prints please read, Japanese Prints during the Allied Occupation 1945-1952, and Troubled Times and Beyond: Japanese Prints 1931-1960, published by Nihon no Hanga, Amsterdam. My interview with Maureen de Vries, curator of Nihon no Hanga, can be found, here.  Evolving Techniques in Japanese Woodblock Prints - is a book published by Kodansha International in 1977. It was written by Canadian woodblock printer Gaston Petit, and Amadio Arboleda, who currently apprentices as a violin maker in Tōkyō.  Tama Art University - is an arts university located in various campuses in Tōkyō. It has various departments such as Architecture, Product and Textile Design, and Art Studies.  入門 - "nyuumon" in the title of the book Ralph speaks about in our interview, where we discuss what the following kanji means. There are a few meanings for this particular kanji, but in regards to the book I believe it to mean, "beginning training." 水生 - "suisei" is a Japanese word meaning, "water based." 刷物 - "surimono" is a Japanese word which means, literally, "printed thing." These were also privately commissioned prints made by wealthier clients for special occasions. These prints usually were extremely extravagant, using high-end techniques and pigments.  I could not in my research find whether or not "surimono" was used more colloquially, rather than "ukiyo-e." kentō - is the registration system used by printmakers in order to line up the colour woodblocks with your key block, or outline block, carved first.   Wood Like Matsumura - is an online and brick and mortar store, for woodblock printmaking, located in Nerima City, Tōkyō. website. Will Francis - is a British mokuhanga printmaker who works predominantly for American graphic designer Jed Henry, and Mokuhankan.  shina - is a type of Japanese plywood used in mokuhanga. jigsaw cutting - Ralph uses various methods when making his mokuhanga. One such method is jigsaw cutting, where the blocks are cut and those cuts are used to make prints. In this video, Ralph explains his process on making his prints. Akira Kurosaki 黒崎彰 (1937-2019) - one of the most influential woodblock print artists of the modern era. His work, while seemingly abstract, moved people with its vibrant colour and powerful composition. He was a teacher and invented the “Disc Baren,” which is a great baren to begin your mokuhanga journey with. At the 2021 Mokuhanga Conference in Nara, Japan there was a tribute exhibit of his life works. Azusa Gallery has a nice selection of his work, here. Munakata Shikō 志功棟方 (1903-1975) arguably one of the most famous modern printmakers, Shiko is famous for his prints of women, animals, the supernatural, and Buddhist deities. He made his prints with an esoteric fervour where his philosophies about mokuhanga were just as interesting as his print work. flâneur - is a French word, meaning idler, walker of streets, a way to see a city, to understand it. The freedom to walk a city is a type of freedom that allows someone to truly understand where they are.  While almost always written in French literature [(Charles Baudelaire (1821-1867)], for men there has been a question about why women haven't been associated with the word. Lauren Elkin, an American writer in Paris, tries to understand why women aren't associated with the term. The CBC podcast, IDEAS, interviewed her and it was a great way to understand what makes a flâneur, or flâneuse. You can find it, here.  Alex Kerr and Lost Japan  - Alex Kerr is an American Japanologist who lives and works in Japan. He has written many books on Japan, but is famous for Lost Japan, published in 1993. It describes the modernity of Japan, and what is destroyed when searching for that modernity.  Meiji-jingu (明治神宮) - is a large parkland area near the Harajuku neighbouhood of Tōkyō. It is dedicated to Emperor Meiji (Prince Mutsuhito - [1867-1912]). It is open 365 days of the year and is especially busy during the New Years celebrations.  Black Ships - are associated with the American naval commodore, Matthew C. Perry (1794-1858). The United States wanted to open trading with Japan, who had been in self-imposed isolation with the West since 1635. Matthew C. Perry essentially bullied his way into the conversation of trade with Japan and these "Black Ships" he arrived on, became a symbol of this moment.  Frank Lloyd Wright and the Imperial Hotel - (1867-1959) FLW was an American architect who designed many different buildings in Japan since his first visit in 1905. The Imperial Hotel was located in Tōkyō in the Hibiya district. It was moved to, and reconstructed in 1968 at the Meiji-mura Museum Village in Aichi Prefecture. It was built in the Mayan Revival style. I got a chance to visit it in Aichi and it's pretty spectacular, and smaller than I thought it would be. The Imperial Hotel still exists today.  Kozo paper - is a long fibered mulberry paper used for mokuhanga and cloth making. It is produced in Japan, Thailand, and South America.  Lampang, Thailand -  located in Northern Thailand and is a trading city with tourism, and farming. Yoshida Family of Artists - The Yoshida's are one of the most famous family of artists from Japan. Begun with painter Yoshida Kasaburō (1861-1894), made famous by Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950) and his work with woodblock printing. The Yoshida family has helped shape many artists around the world. More info from the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, here. Yoshida Hiroshi (1876-1950) - a watercolorist, oil painter, and woodblock printmaker. Is associated with the resurgence of the woodblock print in Japan, and in the West. It was his early relationship with Watanabe Shōzaburō, having his first seven prints printed by the Shōzaburō atelier, that made Hiroshi believe that he could hire his own carvers and printers and produce woodblock prints, which he did in 1925.  Yoshida Tōshi (1911-1995) - eldest son of Hiroshi Yoshida. Having been affected by polio, and the pressure of continuing his fathers legacy, Tōshi Yoshida made prints and paintings which gradually became expressive, avant garde and abstract. Later in life he focused on birds and mammals. Yoshida Hodaka (1926-1995) - the second son of Hiroshi Yoshida, Hodaka Yoshida seemed to be a bit of the black sheep of the Yoshida family. His desire to become an artist was against his fathers wishes, and his work was an extreme departure from what his father had produced as well as his older brother. Inspired by western artists such as Henri Matisse (1869-1954), and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Hodaka began to move away from painting to woodblock prints in the 1950's. Hodaka travelled (the Yoshida family were constant travellers) and was constantly inspired by the world. This was reflected in his woodblock prints and woodblock/photo etching prints.  Yoshida Tsukasa (b.1949) - is the son of Tōshi Yoshida. He is a woodblock printmaker focusing on themes of nature and especially the moon. Bangkok Art Biennale - is an art biennale located in Bangkok, Thailand. It was founded in 2018, and was created for visitors to immerse themselves in Thai culture through various arts installations and shows. The 2022/23 biennale will be from October 22, 2022 - February 23, 2023. (IG) Province of Manitoba, Canada - joined Confederation in 1870, and is known for its natural beauty and vast landscapes. The capital is Winnipeg.  Province of Saskatchewan, Canada - joined Confederation in 1905, and is known for its vast fields and flat land. Its capital is Regina.  April Vollmer - is an established artist who works predominantly in mokuhanga. Her book Japanese Woodblock Print Workshop is one of the authoritative books on the subject and has influenced many up and coming mokuhanga artists.  Natasha Norman - is an artist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Here mediums are mokuhanga, mokulito, monotype, and paintings. My interview with Natasha Norman can be found, here.  MDF - Medium-density fibreboard is a board made of discarded wood fibres and bonded together by wax and resin, which makes it bad for you if you carve it.  opening and closing credit music - Spadina Sounds as told by the walkway which had a moving sidewalk.  Here are some of the sources used for the above notes: LIPSHULTZ, SANDRA LAWALL. A Japanese Legacy Four Generations of Yoshida Family Artists. Laura W. Allen, Kendall H. Brown, Eugene M. Skibbe, Matthew Welch, Yasunaga Koichi. Held at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts from FEBR. 2 to April 14, 2002. Chicago, Ill: Art Media Resources, 2002. MARTIN, KATHERINE. Highlights of Japanese Printmaking: Part Two - Shin Hanga. Scholten Japanese Art, 2006. DE VRIES, MAUREEN, Chris Uhlenbeck, and Elise Wessels. Troubled Times and Beyond: Japanese Prints 1931-1960. Nihon no Hanga, 2013.  © Popular Wheat Productions logo designed and produced by Douglas Batchelor and André Zadorozny  Disclaimer: Please do not reproduce or use anything from this podcast without shooting me an email and getting my express written or verbal consent. I'm friendly :) Слава Україну If you find any issue with something in the show notes please let me know. ***The opinions expressed by guests in The Unfinished Print podcast are not necessarily those of André Zadorozny and of Popular Wheat Productions.***        

    Rob Byrd's Moondog Saturday Morning Show Podcast

    (Episode 177) The Blueberry Chicks Treat and Shelly Hartman bring in special guest Carrie Troyer from Three Blondes Brewing. They discuss business in South Haven and making beer with Blueberries. Scott Onken from Country House Furniture calls in to talk about their abundant inventory and the fact that Rob sleeps alone on his new mattress from Country House Furniture. Tom Balke joins the show by phone to give an update on the explosiveness of his new power washer. Laura, Rob and Mason discuss the Senior Services of Van Buren Counties Grand Opening. Rob tries to get an answer to who are the 16% that think the country is on the right path. On Let's Talk Real Estate with Tina Goodrich the group discusses helpful real estate websites. It's all here right now on Rob Byrd's Moondog Show.

    JBT - Jedi Business Talk
    The Star Wars Celebration 2022 Collecting Track With Gus Lopez

    JBT - Jedi Business Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 33:50


    Join your host Criz Bee and Star Wars Uebercollector Gus Lopez on this episode of GFT to learn more about this year's Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 collecting track. What Star Wars action figure panels will there be? Can you watch the panels even if you don't attend SWCA? Is there a virtual cue? What is the Star Wars Saga museum? How is Rancho Obi-Wan involved? How can you get the popular Star Tots and much, much more! Listen now, subscribe and find out! Star Wars Celebration 2022 Action Figure Panels Star Wars Celebration Collecting Track Schedule Star Wars Celebration Collecting Track YouTube Channel Star Wars Collecting Track Website GalacticFigures.com Facebook Community (GFC) GalacticFigures.com Facebook Page GalacticFigures.com on Instagram GalacticFigures.com on YouTube The Black Series @ Entertainment Earth! (sponsored) The Vintage Collection @ Entertainment Earth! (sponsored) The Retro Collection @ Entertainment Earth! (sponsored)

    My First Kicks
    Gemo Wong

    My First Kicks

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 54:13


    This week we speak with the illustrious Gemo Wong, we talk about growing up in a small town in Illinois. Getting into kicks at a young age, moving to the big city and going to college. Collecting kicks and creating kicks, we also talk about what pushed him to get into design. We speak about some of the shoes he's help design. Great and insightful listen! Got a my kicks story? email us at myfirstkickspod@gmail.com our IG is @myfirstkickspod   Where to find Gemo: Twitter: @GemoWong Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gemo-wong Website: https://www.gemowong.com/   Linktree: https://linktr.ee/myfirstkicks Ify's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/ifynwadiwe    Music by Gordon Bombay: https://thegordonbombay.bandcamp.com/ (Cop something and tell him we sent ya!)

    Collectable Daily with Alan Goldsher
    Collecting Classic Rock, Old-School Hip-Hop, and Alternative Music with Julien's Auction's Martin Nolan - Collectable Daily, May 20, 2022

    Collectable Daily with Alan Goldsher

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 31:56


    Julien's Auctions is launching an epic music auction in which you'll have the chance to bid on items worn or played by the Beatles, Lady Gaga, Kurt Cobain, Jay-Z, Madonna, Prince, and a whole let more. The auction house's executive director Martin Nolan breaks down the highlights.

    Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks Podcast Podcast
    5-19 Eric Byrnes talks baseball card collecting with Tolbert & Copes

    Tolbert, Krueger & Brooks Podcast Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 18:42


    Host on nofilter.net Eric Byrnes talks baseball card collecting with Tolbert & Copes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    KNBR Podcast
    5-19 Eric Byrnes talks collecting baseball cards with Tolbert & Copes

    KNBR Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 18:42


    Host on nofilter.net Eric Byrnes talks collecting baseball cards with Tolbert & Copes See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Morning Shift Podcast
    Chicago Organizations Are Collecting Baby Formula Donations Amid Nationwide Shortage

    Morning Shift Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 17:18


    The nationwide shortage of baby formula continues to be a source of stress for families with little ones. In Chicago, organizations across the city are collecting donations to help. Reset learns more about where to donate or find baby formula in the Chicago area, and why breastfeeding isn't the ultimate solution to the crisis. For more Reset interviews, subscribe to this podcast. And please give us a rating, it helps other listeners find us. For more about Reset, go to wbez.org and follow us on Twitter @WBEZReset

    Ringside Mayhem presented by the SSAW Network
    Collecting Belts and Blessings with STP's Rev Ron Hunt

    Ringside Mayhem presented by the SSAW Network

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 137:28


    Tune in as Million Dollar Mac and Professor LL sit down with Rev. Ron Hunt and bring all the mayhem. JOIN THE RSM MOVEMENT AND CATCH ALL THE MAYHEM THAT GOES DOWN ON SOCIAL MEDIA HERE: https://linktr.ee/ringsidemayhempod LISTEN TO THIS INTERVIEW AND MORE PAST EPISODES ON: Apple Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/40YcGG1... And more https://link.chtbl.com/RSMPodcast

    Bob Sirott
    Extremely Local News: Chicago moms collecting baby formula

    Bob Sirott

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022


    Jen Sabella, the Director of Strategy and co-founder of Block Club Chicago, joined Bob Sirott to share the latest Chicago neighborhood stories. She provided details on Chicago-Area Moms Are Collecting Extra Baby Formula To Help Families Affected By National Shortage: The Chicagoland Baby Formula Collection is gathering unopened, unexpired baby formula from parents and donating it […]

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    The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

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