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Getting Up
7:17

Graffiti Bombing New York With *67 Crew

We hit the streets with members of *67 Crew as they get up across New York City.
Getting Up
9:30

Illegal Murals: Combining Street Art and Graffiti with Menaceresa

We follow the artistic duo Menceresa as they attempt their latest “run up,” or illegal mural, in Brooklyn.
Immersed
9:28

Making One of a Kind Knives in the Mountains of Vermont

Nick Anger is a bladesmith, woodworker, metallurgist, and chemist who creates utterly unique, custom Damascus steel knives.
Daily VICE
3:21

Grandma Techno Captures Detroit's Rave Culture

76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
FAMEish
8:11

The YouTuber Who Can Make Herself Disappear

We met up with Kika, a makeup artist with a massive online following, to hear how she made a name for herself by using body paint to create mind-boggling illusions.
Sneakers by VICE
9:08

Meet the NBA’s Favorite Custom Shoe Artist

Salvador “Kickstradomis” Amezcua has created beautiful one-of-a-kind sneakers for more than 50 athletes in the NBA— from James Harden to Karl-Anthony Towns.
GARAGE
4:00

Inside Nick Cave's Massive New Art Installation

Artist Nick Cave gives us a tour of his exhibition “Until”, which explores gun violence in America.
VICE Australia Shorties
2:25

Nailympia

Each year, the best nail artists from around the globe descend on Australia for Nailympia — one of the most prestigious nail art competitions in the world. The entries challenge and defy our ideas of what a manicure can be.
The Other Side
10:31

The Other Side Of Food

Kiwi chef Josh Barlow is thrown into the deep end of Tokyo’s food and nightlife scene when he meets up with Japanese chef Nori Tsugawa and cooks for regulars at his izakaya.
Creators
5:50

Jonathan Zawada on Flume, Flowers, and Making Mathematics Beautiful

The LA based Australian artist/designer talks working with Flume and Mark Pritchard, using technology to get closer to nature, and creating flowers from algorithms.
Creators Shorties / Clip
3:46

Ai Weiwei Takes On Public Surveillance

We met up with artist and activist Ai Weiwei to explore his new, interactive exhibit using drones, cameras, and a live-stream to track visitors' every move—a dark look at the state of surveillance across the globe.
The Other Side
9:23

The Other Side of Ink

Paitangi Ostick is one of the first females to practice tā moko – the Māori art of tattoo. She travels from New Zealand to Tokyo, where she meets Japanese tattoo artist Megumu Kamata to compare notes on their shared craft.
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