Use art to turn the world inside out | JR

Use art to turn the world inside out | JR


Two weeks ago I was in my studio in Paris, and the phone rang and I heard, “Hey, JR, you won the TED Prize 2011. You have to make a wish to save the world.” I was lost. I mean, I can’t save the world. Nobody can. The world is fucked up. Come on, you have dictators ruling the world, population is growing by millions, there’s no more fish in the sea, the North Pole is melting and as the last TED Prize winner said, we’re all becoming fat. (Laughter) Except maybe French people. Whatever. So I called back and I told her, “Look, Amy, tell the TED guys I just won’t show up. I can’t do anything to save the world.” She said, “Hey, JR, your wish is not to save the world, but to change the world.” “Oh, all right.” (Laughter) “That’s cool.” I mean, technology, politics, business do change the world — not always in a good way, but they do. What about art? Could art change the world? I started when I was 15 years old. And at that time, I was not thinking about changing the world. I was doing graffiti — writing my name everywhere, using the city as a canvas. I was going in the tunnels of Paris, on the rooftops with my friends. Each trip was an excursion, was an adventure. It was like leaving our mark on society, to say, “I was here,” on the top of a building. So when I found a cheap camera on the subway, I started documenting those adventures with my friends and gave them back as photocopies — really small photos just that size. That’s how, at 17 years old, I started pasting them. And I did my first “expo de rue,” which means sidewalk gallery. And I framed it with color so you would not confuse it with advertising. I mean, the city’s the best gallery I could imagine. I would never have to make a book and then present it to a gallery and let them decide if my work was nice enough to show it to people. I would control it directly with the public in the streets. So that’s Paris. I would change — depending on the places I would go — the title of the exhibition. That’s on the Champs-Elysees. I was quite proud of that one. Because I was just 18 and I was just up there on the top of the Champs-Elysees. Then when the photo left, the frame was still there. (Laughter) November 2005: the streets are burning. A large wave of riots had broken into the first projects of Paris. Everyone was glued to the TV, watching disturbing, frightening images taken from the edge of the neighborhood. I mean, these kids, without control, throwing Molotov cocktails, attacking the cops and the firemen, looting everything they could in the shops. These were criminals, thugs, dangerous, destroying their own environment. And then I saw it — could it be possible? — my photo on a wall revealed by a burning car — a pasting I’d done a year earlier — an illegal one — still there. I mean, these were the faces of my friends. I know those guys. All of them are not angels, but they’re not monsters either. So it was kind of weird to see those images and those eyes stare back at me through a television. So I went back there with a 28 mm lens. It was the only one I had at that time. But with that lens, you have to be as close as 10 inches from the person. So you can do it only with their trust. So I took full portraits of people from Le Bosquet. They were making scary faces to play the caricature of themselves. And then I pasted huge posters everywhere in the bourgeois area of Paris with the name, age, even building number of these guys. A year later, the exhibition was displayed in front of the city hall of Paris. And we go from thug images, who’ve been stolen and distorted by the media, who’s now proudly taking over his own image. That’s where I realized the power of paper and glue. So could art change the world? A year later, I was listening to all the noise about the Middle East conflict. I mean, at that time, trust me, they were only referring to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict. So with my friend Marco, we decided to go there and see who are the real Palestinians and who are the real Israelis. Are they so different? When we got there, we just went in the street, started talking with people everywhere, and we realized that things were a bit different from the rhetoric we heard in the media. So we decided to take portraits of Palestinians and Israelis doing the same jobs — taxi-driver, lawyer, cooks. Asked them to make a face as a sign of commitment. Not a smile — that really doesn’t tell about who you are and what you feel. They all accepted to be pasted next to the other. I decided to paste in eight Israeli and Palestinian cities and on both sides of the wall. We launched the biggest illegal art exhibition ever. We called the project Face 2 Face. The experts said, “No way. The people will not accept. The army will shoot you, and Hamas will kidnap you.” We said, “Okay, let’s try and push as far as we can.” I love the way that people will ask me, “How big will my photo be?” “It will be as big as your house.” When we did the wall, we did the Palestinian side. So we arrived with just our ladders and we realized that they were not high enough. And so Palestinians guys say, “Calm down. No wait. I’m going to find you a solution.” So he went to the Church of Nativity and brought back an old ladder that was so old that it could have seen Jesus being born. (Laughter) We did Face 2 Face with only six friends, two ladders, two brushes, a rented car, a camera and 20,000 square feet of paper. We had all sorts of help from all walks of life. Okay, for example, that’s Palestine. We’re in Ramallah right now. We’re pasting portraits — so both portraits in the streets in a crowded market. People come around us and start asking, “What are you doing here?” “Oh, we’re actually doing an art project and we are pasting an Israeli and a Palestinian doing the same job. And those ones are actually two taxi-drivers.” And then there was always a silence. “You mean you’re pasting an Israeli face — doing a face — right here?” “Well, yeah, yeah, that’s part of the project.” And I would always leave that moment, and we would ask them, “So can you tell me who is who?” And most of them couldn’t say. (Applause) We even pasted on Israeli military towers, and nothing happened. When you paste an image, it’s just paper and glue. People can tear it, tag on it, or even pee on it — some are a bit high for that, I agree — but the people in the street, they are the curator. The rain and the wind will take them off anyway. They are not meant to stay. But exactly four years after, the photos, most of them are still there. Face 2 Face demonstrated that what we thought impossible was possible — and, you know what, even easy. We didn’t push the limit; we just showed that they were further than anyone thought. In the Middle East, I experienced my work in places without [many] museums. So the reactions in the street were kind of interesting. So I decided to go further in this direction and go in places where there were zero museums. When you go in these developing societies, women are the pillars of their community, but the men are still the ones holding the streets. So we were inspired to create a project where men will pay tribute to women by posting their photos. I called that project Women Are Heroes. When I listened to all the stories everywhere I went on the continents, I couldn’t always understand the complicated circumstances of their conflict. I just observed. Sometimes there was no words, no sentence, just tears. I just took their pictures and pasted them. Women Are Heroes took me around the world. Most of the places I went to, I decided to go there because I’ve heard about it through the media. So for example, in June 2008, I was watching TV in Paris, and then I heard about this terrible thing that happened in Rio de Janeiro — the first favela of Brazil named Providencia. Three kids — that was three students — were [detained] by the army because they were not carrying their papers. And the army took them, and instead of bringing them to the police station, they brought them to an enemy favela where they get chopped into pieces. I was shocked. All Brazil was shocked. I heard it was one of the most violent favelas, because the largest drug cartel controls it. So I decided to go there. When I arrived — I mean, I didn’t have any contact with any NGO. There was none in place — no association, no NGOs, nothing — no eyewitnesses. So we just walked around, and we met a woman, and I showed her my book. And she said, “You know what? We’re hungry for culture. We need culture out there.” So I went out and I started with the kids. I just took a few photos of the kids, and the next day I came with the posters and we pasted them. The day after, I came back and they were already scratched. But that’s okay. I wanted them to feel that this art belongs to them. Then the next day, I held a meeting on the main square and some women came. They were all linked to the three kids that got killed. There was the mother, the grandmother, the best friend — they all wanted to shout the story. After that day, everyone in the favela gave me the green light. I took more photos, and we started the project. The drug lords were kind of worried about us filming in the place, so I told them, “You know what? I’m not interested in filming the violence and the weapons. You see that enough in the media. What I want to show is the incredible life and energy. I’ve been seeing it around me the last few days.” So that’s a really symbolic pasting, because that’s the first one we did that you couldn’t see from the city. And that’s where the three kids got arrested, and that’s the grandmother of one of them. And on that stairs, that’s where the traffickers always stand and there’s a lot of exchange of fire. Everyone there understood the project. And then we pasted everywhere — the whole hill. (Applause) What was interesting is that the media couldn’t get in. I mean, you should see that. They would have to film us from a really long distance by helicopter and then have a really long lens, and we would see ourselves, on TV, pasting. And they would put a number: “Please call this number if you know what’s going on in Providencia.” We just did a project and then left so the media wouldn’t know. So how can we know about the project? So they had to go and find the women and get an explanation from them. So you create a bridge between the media and the anonymous women. We kept traveling. We went to Africa, Sudan, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Kenya. In war-torn places like Monrovia, people come straight to you. I mean, they want to know what you’re up to. They kept asking me, “What is the purpose of your project? Are you an NGO? Are you the media?” Art. Just doing art. Some people question, “Why is it in black and white? Don’t you have color in France?” (Laughter) Or they tell you, “Are these people all dead?” Some who understood the project would explain it to others. And to a man who did not understand, I heard someone say, “You know, you’ve been here for a few hours trying to understand, discussing with your fellows. During that time, you haven’t thought about what you’re going to eat tomorrow. This is art.” I think it’s people’s curiosity that motivates them to come into the projects. And then it becomes more. It becomes a desire, a need, an armor. On this bridge that’s in Monrovia, ex-rebel soldiers helped us pasting a portrait of a woman that might have been raped during the war. Women are always the first ones targeted during conflict. This is Kibera, Kenya, one of the largest slums of Africa. You might have seen images about the post-election violence that happened there in 2008. This time we covered the roofs of the houses, but we didn’t use paper, because paper doesn’t prevent the rain from leaking inside the house — vinyl does. Then art becomes useful. So the people kept it. You know what I love is, for example, when you see the biggest eye there, there are so [many] houses inside. And I went there a few months ago — photos are still there — and it was missing a piece of the eye. So I asked the people what happened. “Oh, that guy just moved.” (Laughter) When the roofs were covered, a woman said as a joke, “Now God can see me.” When you look at Kibera now, they look back. Okay, India. Before I start that, just so you know, each time we go to a place, we don’t have authorization, so we set up like commandos — we’re a group of friends who arrive there, and we try to paste on the walls. But there are places where you just can’t paste on a wall. In India it was just impossible to paste. I heard culturally and because of the law, they would just arrest us at the first pasting. So we decided to paste white, white on the walls. So imagine white guys pasting white papers. So people would come to us and ask us, “Hey, what are you up to?” “Oh, you know, we’re just doing art.” “Art?” Of course, they were confused. But you know how India has a lot of dust in the streets, and the more dust you would have going up in the air, on the white paper you can almost see, but there is this sticky part like when you reverse a sticker. So the more dust you have, the more it will reveal the photo. So we could just walk in the street during the next days and the photos would get revealed by themselves. (Applause) Thank you. So we didn’t get caught this time. Each project — that’s a film from Women Are Heroes. (Music) Okay. For each project we do a film. And most of what you see — that’s a trailer from “Women Are Heroes” — its images, photography, taken one after the other. And the photos kept traveling even without us. (Laughter) (Applause) Hopefully, you’ll see the film, and you’ll understand the scope of the project and what the people felt when they saw those photos. Because that’s a big part of it. There’s layers behind each photo. Behind each image is a story. Women Are Heroes created a new dynamic in each of the communities, and the women kept that dynamic after we left. For example, we did books — not for sale — that all the community would get. But to get it, they would have to [get] it signed by one of the women. We did that in most of the places. We go back regularly. And so in Providencia, for example, in the favela, we have a cultural center running there. In Kibera, each year we cover more roofs. Because of course, when we left, the people who were just at the edge of the project said, “Hey, what about my roof?” So we decided to come the year after and keep doing the project. A really important point for me is that I don’t use any brand or corporate sponsors. So I have no responsibility to anyone but myself and the subjects. (Applause) And that is for me one of the more important things in the work. I think, today, as important as the result is the way you do things. And that has always been a central part of the work. And what’s interesting is that fine line that I have with images and advertising. We just did some pasting in Los Angeles on another project in the last weeks. And I was even invited to cover the MOCA museum. But yesterday the city called them and said, “Look, you’re going to have to tear it down. Because this can be taken for advertising, and because of the law, it has to be taken down.” But tell me, advertising for what? The people I photograph were proud to participate in the project and to have their photo in the community. But they asked me for a promise basically. They asked me, “Please, make our story travel with you.” So I did. That’s Paris. That’s Rio. In each place, we built exhibitions with a story, and the story traveled. You understand the full scope of the project. That’s London. New York. And today, they are with you in Long Beach. All right, recently I started a public art project where I don’t use my artwork anymore. I use Man Ray, Helen Levitt, Giacomelli, other people’s artwork. It doesn’t matter today if it’s your photo or not. The importance is what you do with the images, the statement it makes where it’s pasted. So for example, I pasted the photo of the minaret in Switzerland a few weeks after they voted the law forbidding minarets in the country. (Applause) This image of three men wearing gas masks was taken in Chernobyl originally, and I pasted it in Southern Italy, where the mafia sometimes bury the garbage under the ground. In some ways, art can change the world. Art is not supposed to change the world, to change practical things, but to change perceptions. Art can change the way we see the world. Art can create an analogy. Actually the fact that art cannot change things makes it a neutral place for exchanges and discussions, and then enables you to change the world. When I do my work, I have two kinds of reactions. People say, “Oh, why don’t you go in Iraq or Afghanistan. They would be really useful.” Or, “How can we help?” I presume that you belong to the second category, and that’s good, because for that project, I’m going to ask you to take the photos and paste them. So now my wish is: (mock drum roll) (Laughter) I wish for you to stand up for what you care about by participating in a global art project, and together we’ll turn the world inside out. And this starts right now. Yes, everyone in the room. Everyone watching. I wanted that wish to actually start now. So a subject you’re passionate about, a person who you want to tell their story or even your own photos — tell me what you stand for. Take the photos, the portraits, upload it — I’ll give you all the details — and I’ll send you back your poster. Join by groups and reveal things to the world. The full data is on the website — insideoutproject.net — that is launching today. What we see changes who we are. When we act together, the whole thing is much more than the sum of the parts. So I hope that, together, we’ll create something that the world will remember. And this starts right now and depends on you. Thank you. (Applause) Thank you. (Applause)

Rhythm In Street Photography Composition!

Rhythm In Street Photography Composition!


[Music – No Worries by Daxten] What’s up guys! Welcome back to my
channel. Thank you for the support from the last video! If you haven’t seen it
yet make sure to check it out! Last time I was talking about some sort of rules.
Rules and techniques – when you apply them you will create a certain visual effect
and this is something the series is gonna be about. I want to introduce you
to specific rules and techniques that can be used while doing photography and
it’s up to you to decide whenever it’s right or wrong for your composition.
Today we are talking about rhythm. It’s important to point out that any
composition just like any song has some kind of rhythm.
Some people say when picking out the keepers from their collection it’s
usually based on the amount or rather luck whenever the composition is
pleasing or not. So let’s get more lucky by learning what to do and what not to
do in order to improve your composition feel.
Rhythm can be created with shapes this is typical in black and white
photography or with colors even though the rhythm is usually more powerful in
the black and white photos. Which in my opinion is one of the reasons the black
and white seems more artistic. This is because many of those techniques have
much bigger impact when you are not distracted by colors. Rhythm is a
repetition in an image just like beat in a song. It is a geometric perception of
the repetition. Just like in painting you
can find it or create it in photography. When thinking about the most famous
painting with the rhythm what do you think the painting would be? Maybe you
don’t even realize the rhythm in the pictures maybe you just feel the
competition is good for some reason the
more you actually learn about those rules and techniques the more you will
be actually able to enjoy the composition when you know what the
intention was behind the artist’s mind. When you actually search for famous
painting with a rhythm. The famous painting Starry Night by
Vincent van Gogh who painted this had been in the mental hospital just two
years before he died will come up. Now as you can see the rhythm was probably more
expressed by colors even though it was
created by shapes. And this is of course much “easier” to do in painting although
it is not impossible to do in photography even when it is not staged.
Usually people say the number in the rhythm has to be odd since there are so
many rules like rule of odds, of thirds and
so on. I don’t want to say the rules are bad or anything but they only represent
shortcuts. The rule of odds works in some cases it can create
rhythm and so on and so on. And then if you look at it in an opposite way the
rhythm can work even though it doesn’t have an odd number. According to
definition rhythm is the repetition or
alternation of elements often with defined intervals between them. The
rhythm itself dictates how your eyes move around the picture so when we are
out shooting what we are looking for for rhythm is pattern of repetitive elements.
Great way to use rhythm in street photography is to find a rhythm and then
disturb it with a person. We have more types of rhythm. The painting previously
shown is great example of random rhythm even though it was painted with a
purpose. Let’s talk about the random one. It is the same type of rhythm as you saw
in the Starry Night. The point here is group similar motifs elements or
subjects in random order that repeat randomly and create random
rhythm. Just like in this shot from the field where the random rhythm is created
by the haystacks. This is what we call a standard rhythm the
elements are often identical or similar and it can also be seen as a pattern. If
it is overused it can be pretty boring. This is typically seen when shooting
architecture like you can see in this shot of balconies. You can see the
distance among them is quite similar and this shot looks great. Alternative rhythm
has not one but you guessed it two or more rhythms two or more
elements or motifs or subjects. Anyways the rhythms you see here are represented
by girls and balls. This is an awesome picture by Henri Cartier-Bresson. Now
another example. This is a drone shot and in this shot you can see a rhythm
created by lines and another rhythm this
time one created by haystacks. And again this is better using black and
white. The last one I would like to talk about is the progressive rhythm. And this
is something that can be used perfectly in photography especially in the street
photography. By moving and tilting your camera you can actually turn a simple
rhythm into more progressive one. By making some points of the rhythm to
appear closer you can actually reach some kind of leading rhythm that points
towards your subject. This one is from one of my most favorite photographer
Eric Kim and you can see the rhythm there represented by pylons or small
walls and the main subject is the lady with an umbrella. She is also the
subject with the highest contrast. Therefore she’s the first subject that
will come to your attention and then the rhythm will lead your eyes around the
picture. The middle parts of the pylons have also great contrast so if you
happen to see that part of the picture first it will lead you to the main
subject and then back around the picture. The next shot is shot by Elliott Erwitt.
He uses the mirrors to create rhythm. From a composition point the highest
contrast has either the face or the camera after you see one of those then
you bounce to the second subject. The repetition here connects both parts of the
photograph. That’s why I like this one a lot. This brings me to the final point of
this video and it is – disrupt the rhythm. This works perfectly in the street
photography since the rhythm in the background for example can lead the eyes
of the viewer towards your subject or connect your subjects all together. Thank
you everyone for watching feel free to post your Instagram accounts to the
comments below if you happen not to have
an Instagram feel free to post your favorite ice cream or whatever question
you might have thank you guys for watching and I will see you next time!! [Music]

PAPER TIGER + SUMMER FLOURISH | Scrawlrbox May/June 2019 - Unboxing and Artwork

PAPER TIGER + SUMMER FLOURISH | Scrawlrbox May/June 2019 – Unboxing and Artwork



hi guys so I have to scroll of boxes to do yet again because I just left them on my shelf I had other projects going on in my life and I'm actually really intrigued of what kind of artwork I can produce with these two boxes because I'm just gonna admit something right now just so I'm not like fake or anything cuz I don't I don't want to be fake with this I've already opened these I know what's in them for those who don't I will go through it and I will show them but I have been using a couple of the things here and there for other projects other videos and plus I follow the school of challenge hashtag on Instagram so it's pretty hard to miss it when people post about the boxes so yeah I know what's in them so let's actually just go through what is in there first let's go through the May one I know this is May 1 because I wrote it on the back whereas the June 1 as you can see I wrote it up in the front so for the May squirrel of watts first of all I'm just gonna show off these sticker it's got like this really really funky design next we have the Berlin graphic H pencil we also have a Milan 4:30 eraser then we have two of the pilot Pinta pens in a medium size this one is gold and this one is green then we have the black in an F size so it's a very kind of like small fine point but it's a medium fine point we also have one in white and it says EF so this one is actually extra fine lastly we have the mullet O liquid chrome been so it's like got this really metallic kind of tip that's gonna be fun it to play around with this is the artwork and it is done by it si Michael I probably pronounced that wrong but there is his Instagram if you can see it if it will focus and the theme is paper tiger I didn't mention this earlier but lastly we have this Canaletto list Seco I've probably pronounced that wrong 125 GSM paper and of that we have two sheets I actually was way more excited about June's box and you can probably see why when I just open it if anybody knows me you know that I am a sucker for watercolor so I'm just gonna show you the sticker and what it looks like it's like a very watercolor II effect very very nice definitely gonna be sticking that on my sketchbook so the first thing the big ticket item in here is the Daler Rowney travel set of aqua fine watercolors well I actually saw a drawing with waffles or RINs video for it and I know for a fact that I mentioned this even when I opened it this is a really small tiny brush it is so cute ah the aqua fine brushes are some of my favorite watercolor brushes that I own so to have one in mini form is just adorable and I love it now as I said in the intro I have already used these I use these when I was doing it some sketchbook work I just wanted a palette that I could just grab and go and just so tiny and sweet and it's just it's meant to be a travel palette so that's what I did with that I'm just gonna leave it open like that this little brush is a size 4 and I'm just gonna stick it there then we have the rubber castell polychromos pencils in earth green yellowish and Van Dyck Brown now funnily enough the polychromos pencils have actually appeared in a previous scroller box back in 2016 if I remember correctly they appeared in the July 2016 box and I actually have a video of that and I'll leave a link to the playlist of my previous scroll box videos in the iCard in this corner scroll box is actually my first experience with polychromos pencils and I could not recommend them highly enough I now have a big set of my own and I really really do enjoy them so next we have the Staedtler Norris erasable pencil I think this color is like a Vermillion type of color and I actually really like using of the Vermillion Cola Ray's pencil so this will be very well appreciated then we have a unique pasta pen now I don't know whether other people have noticed it but I've actually used this in one of my previous videos this is the naught point 7 millimeter pin type never oh I'm definitely going to have to get myself more of these because I used it on a previous video and I loved it now before I shot the artist I will say I did swatch these colors and that's what the colors look like down there but this paper is really really nice quality paper it is the Langton prestige watercolor paper that's 300 GSM and I think if I'm gonna combine everything together this is probably the paper I'm going to be using no show you to the other paper but this one's thicker and it feel I feel like it will take to everything a lot nicer than in terms of the artist this is what it looks like so so pretty and johanna feet or thigh i've probably pronounced that wrong but there is the artist this artist uses watercolors one of the ways that I like to use them with pencil crayons so I was very very excited to open this box because at the time I think I already been spoiled on Instagram due to the scroller challenge hashtag so when I got this box I just had to open it as soon as possible no filming no nothing just and the theme for this box is summer flourish now just before I hop into the artwork I just want to say that I'm filming this before I have sketched anything out for these two boxes I was originally gonna film this part afterwards but I decided no I'll film it before because that way I can have my thoughts changed throughout the video but just on a first impressions of both boxes together it's very much a case of these two themes are very opposing maybe do two separate pieces of artwork but kind of like cross over some of the supplies but not all of them because I know some of them just won't work with each other and the themes especially I just don't see mixing all that well together but I could be wrong let's get into the artwork or should I say artworks maybe I don't know yet because I haven't done it yet so the artwork originally I was actually planning to do two separate pieces but I actually sort of came up with a compromise to use both sets of materials on one page and instead of mixing them together this time I thought having the materials contrast each other now in terms of the suppliers they very much are night and day in terms of the way that they are supposed to convey a picture maze box is very strong and graphic and in-your-face it's supposed to grab your attention whereas June's box was more soft it was more subtle or the watercolor stuff which you know I have a soft spot for for anyone who's been around on my channel since 2015 so early 2015 I actually previously did a graphic design course at college before I did illustration at university for three years so I do actually have quite the graphic style and I think in terms of my own personal art style the graphic nature of it still comes through in the line work that I tend to use a lot as well as my use of color I very much like using bright bold colors in my work so when it came to both these boxes it was quite funny because I was very much middle-of-the-road between both of these in turn of my own personal artistic style now because these boxes contrasted so much I thought that they would complement each other instead so when it came to the artwork instead of trying to mix all these art supplies together into one piece I decided to still use them in one piece but have two opposing sides kind of like a yin and a yang sort of feel in the last video where I used every single material together and just mix them really really nicely together this time I just wanted them to complement each other and sit next to each other because in my previous video I actually asked you guys whether I should mix the boxes up again or whether I should do separate videos for each box and there were quite a few comments saying that they wanted a single box video and there was another quite a few comments that wanted me to mix the boxes so I thought why not do the best of both worlds it's still mixing the boxes but technically it's still quite separate from each other now in terms of the characters the two characters in this actually appear in my latest sketchbook tour which i think was my last video if I upload this video in the right order and these two characters they named typhi and his Sookie now his Sookie is actually an alias for hyukoh hyukoh is actually a prince who goes undercover to meet his future bride but she doesn't know that it's an arranged marriage so I thought that this would kind of be an interesting concept to play out with these two sets of art supplies my character Tuffy is known as a very soft flowery feminine character so I thought that she would be perfect for the summer flourish and she always wears a flower crown of roses which is really really sweet I knew for a fact that she was going to be my character for the summer flourish straightaway but for paper tiger I really had trouble trying to decide who I would go with so since I was already doing typhi for the summer flourish I kind of thought well what about hyukoh or his Sookie in quotation marks because fun fact when I was designing him and his like secret identity I was very much watching miraculous lady work and inspired by Chat Noir I have always wanted a chat or Chat Noir type of character and a very much kind of marry shot sort of relationship I know it doesn't exist in the show and it's so sad but like if it doesn't exist in the show it will exist in my OC universe I can make anything happen in my own OC universe and because of this character inspiration I thought that paper tiger would actually match hyukoh or hey Sookie so funnily enough I actually own so much Daler Rowney watercolor paper but I've never actually used their watercolor paint before and these watercolor paints they were nice it's just they were very very staining and i don't know if part of it was due to the fact that i was working with a hundred percent cotton paper and also the heat because the UK has been unbearably hot when i was filming this and while i'm recording this audio so it could be a couple of things that were playing against me but yeah these watercolors were really really pretty and they had the kind of feel about them that literally make you want to pick them up and use them which is great especially for a travel palette but as for the paper I've never used 100% cotton watercolor paper before and that might shock some of you people mainly because that stuff is expensive as all hell to people who have watched my last video you might recall I said that I wanted to look through my watercolor collection for a Travel palette now will this be the ultimate travel palette I don't really know to be honest I think it's probably the closest but I'm really curious about a van Gogh set that is on Amazon for about 7 pound so hmm that might be a thing for a future video who knows the paint pens were a really nice change of pace but definitely the best paint pen was obviously the posture marker I'd love to know your opinion of this artwork down below in the comment section do you think that it was a really nice compromise between two boxes or would you have preferred to see two separate pieces of artwork doing two pieces was actually the original plan but then I came up with this composition and it just felt right and for those who actually want a single box video next time around it is going to happen because as soon as I've started etching this video July's box came in and so I found that pretty much straight away without sneaking a look this time so hopefully that should be up sometime next month I'm not entirely sure exactly when that video will be up but hopefully in the next few weeks I do have quite a few other videos to go out first with that being said I hope you guys really enjoyed this video leave your feedback down below in the comment section do you like this piece of artwork I'd love to know but if you like this video you can click that like and subscribe if you haven't already with those post notifications on it for notifications for every single time I upload or livestream when YouTube wants to work of course and I will see you guys in my next video bye guys

How to Mod Hori Fightstick Artwork! HORI Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai

How to Mod Hori Fightstick Artwork! HORI Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai



hey what's up people mr. ball right here and today I'm going to mod my heart we're at 4 Phi stick so one thing before we get started on this is guys that every time you're going to modify stick depending on which one you have I had the Hori and I also have the Mad Catz shadaloo over here that they have warranty stickers alright so if you're going to model holy wrath for which I already did because I changed the ball talk to a bathtub and also change the restrictor plate which is right here I have already changed it is the one that comes in with the whole wrap I change it to the Octagon one or I forgot the name of it but I'll leave the information of the bathtub and the optical restrictor plate in the description as well as for one I'm going to show you right now but as you can see once I turned sorry about that Mega Man but as you can see already void the warranty right here so the warranty will be right there in the bottom screw just in case let me just point that out right now I know I cannot but the sticker will be right here but once you're really ruining taste you can see already took it out you avoid the warranty so be careful with that whenever you go into mod your Phi stick or mostly the hoard but I know every other fight stick has that so please be aware when you're going to modify stick so make a man oh something drop right now so right now ha all things – I think it's art Lobby or let me just put out the information right here at I'm not going to show you a course but it's from tech intervation calm I'm sorry about that I can't as a little bit too blurry guys so yes I'm going to show you what's inside here and I am very excited I am very very excited right now so I'll let me just put then we just put the let's guys right now recording on my cell phone guys I don't have a camera right now so only my cell phone is good at least good quality for right now but I'll be right back let me just get the picture out this is so cool so here it is guys my artwork the raging demon Akuma the cell signal huddle yes this is what I'm going to do I'm gonna put my artwork right in here on the horror so it's going to be interesting one thing's for sure because this is this is actually the artwork that I did and it took me about I will say a week and a half to get this together right here which is today which is May 21st so May 21st I finally got my artwork yes I did made this I still trying to find some of the pictures some of the pictures I found on the Internet so I'll try to leave some of those down the description if I could find them again but yes my are gur artwork right here so I'm pretty excited to do this but first I need to take out this whole sticker all around all around the pouring and also the the person who who does the artwork and also the pixie glass gives us some screws right here right so that you could put them on each hole right here of course in each of the corners so that's what I'm going to try to do right now but I'll leave all the information down description of where I got the bathtub and the artwork and also the restrictor plate the octagon but let me just try to get this stuff ready but I am very very happy but right now let me just take this out to see how it is guys I'll be right back okay guys I am back this is how it looks like the pixie goes very nice I'm trying to find where that missing circle is well I think that's how it is but try to see if I can find it but as I can see these are like the little sticker and I won't say stickers with little well they're kind of like stickers but I know you could put them on on your buttons like mostly I think the soundwalk buttons you could put in like on top of it like in the inside so I kind of know that but this is how it looks really nice the art way as you can see if I put my friend here that's the artwork and this is subtext e-class so it is very nice guys it's very nice just be careful do not bend it if you bought it from art hobbies if I'm correct but like I said I'll leave the link down description guys but it is very nice I'm really liking it just remember this is the artwork right here and this is the pixie glass so as you can see very I'm very happy right now I am so happy right now so what I'm gonna do is go to try to open the hurry up once again so I could try to take out all the buttons and probably also the just a bathtub so I could take out the sticker in here but it's going to be very little bit hard to do because it is a sticker as you can see so I cannot just you know put my nail in here and try to take it out so how to get a knife i but first we have to take all the buttons first right here and also the bath towel so I could find again inside and try to take of the plate but of course I'll put a video down the description so you guys can check out like how some other people have done their mods on the Hori but I'll be right back guys let me just take out all the bunnies first and the joy so you can see what we can do right now also guys I'm just showing you how the pixie glass looks like right here very nice it is very firm I mean of course not very much but of course do not try to bend it very much but it is very nice it feels really well made for just a peck seaglass and of course here is the artwork up here so the art way is just like almost like a piece of paper almost but as you can see in the back there's nothing much just probably I want to say construction paper but it just is just like paper basically so that's how it will go basically but of course I'm not going to you got to put the pixie glass in the front of course not in the back but I'm just showing you on how it literally looks like for the artwork and also just to show you guys from behind you know there's nothing much here and of course the pixie glass right here is still it's very well made very nice so I'll just showing you that for right now so that you guys don't feel like like and it's not worth you know buying or you PI thinking I go like where can I find my own pixie glass well as you can see guys is very well made right here but I'll be right back let me just try to take off everything first ok guys I'm just going to show you that when you are modding the hoary stick you've got a face into the back over here remember once you avoid that warranty you void it so you cannot exchange it to a new one so what we're going to do first is basically take out all these screws right here all these goods so I recommend you only having a fella head screwdriver and also a flathead screwdriver speakers will course with the flathead we're probably going to take all the bathtub of course but also you need to use it for your buttons where we're going to change it out so first let me just take all the all the screws and we're just going to go inside and try to see what we could do right now all right guys I had taken all my back playback here and I'm just going to show you what's inside so here how it looks guys the inside of the Hori but of course I got the cold wha hot bocce I'm restrictor-plate octagon yeah I know it's kind of like a little bit like why is it like broken or not broken but why is it like a little bit messy well I kind of like trying to figure out how to place the bathtub correctly I kind of nestled some couple of times so I was like I'm not sure how I felt it was correct or not but I really had it fixed it's not damaged or anything like it's nothing so effecting is just I get scratched up that's all it is so what you're going to do is basically you've got to use a flathead for the for the joystick of course which is basically tied to your ball top which you're going to unscrew of course but of course I can show you guys because right now have multiple hands but also what you can use your flat head is to take out these notches right here from your buttons in the back or you could just use your fingertips you know you could use your fingertips and push push these out you know there's some little notches right here on both sides and you just have to press on them so you can see I already push it all you could just use your fingertips guys you could just use your fingertips but that's how it will come out and of course you could take out the wires which I am going to do and I recommend you guys to basically I'll mark your colors I mean just grab a marker doesn't matter if it's like the same color marker just get a black marker and put it like right next to the bottom of the the button layout put orange yellow I think this one's green yeah gray and then this one is violet and then blue red white and purple you'll just get them or trying to know where the bone is hard because you'll want to get confused where you know this button is for the X button but then you change it to the circle button so you don't want that to happen with your wires so that's all you got to do right now is basically it but I know for the harder ones that appeared I getting this budding you party need to use your flat head or if you have another fly head you could try to like push it on if you want to but just make sure to mark them I'll try to take out the of course the bat top from the joystick and I'll be right back once I get everything also one more thing guys have forgot to mention the wires are very easy to pop out just like this wire the yellow wire just wiggle it a little bit and it's out this very simple guy so it's very easy to take on that like mostly the Madcaps ones they're very strong to take out but these ones are very easy to just pull out that's it I just want to show you that just in case you're like oh look that give is very hard to take out the worse it's not guys alright guys as you can see I already have mark my my letters even though like I couldn't do much because I'm is very small even though I could have taken all all the buttons first but of course I didn't know where all the wires would be so I put the wires like right behind here and also don't forget about the 24 millimeter button over here which is color white so that's how I have it well just in case for you guys who are Martin your stays is how I have it I already took out the bad top right here as you can see I already took it off and we're basically gonna flip it over and of course we're going to start to peel this off yes we're going to try to peel it off so just make sure to check on the video guys on down description I know some people they get a knife and they try to cut it like between here as you can see it's like this a little bit of gap right here which is basically kind of like sticker ish type of deal so I'm probably have to do that but I'll try to see how it goes for right now but of course you're putting me in a knife for this so just be aware when you're doing that don't try to cut yourself or get someone who is older and try to help you cut it but yeah we're going to try to do that right now Who I am and see how it goes because I know there's one layer of sticker which is the top one and then there's another sticker that is on the bottom and that's where we're going to find all those screws for each corner over here and the middle ones as well but let me try to get that started and I'll be right back guys so yes this is the process guys right now so I'm cutting it yes I'm cutting it with my Keyblade yeah Keyblade but yes I'm cutting it like right here like in the insides as you can see that's how I'm trying to open it but of course this it kind of has like a double layer to it so it's good it's very hard to take off like I'm trying to put as hard as I can right now it is very hard because of the sticker so we had to basically get all around it but of course I think I recommend you getting at least scissors so you could cut at least a sticker part right here like or anytime you try to get into though to the insides I try to cut a little bit so that you have that's not really you want to you could just rip this off but it is very hard so that I do recommend you getting like a better knife or something I mean just in case but that's how the progress is right now just to give you guys think about it right now so let me just finish it off and see how it looks like okay guys is just a little update yeah I cut my finger because I'm an idiot not because of that knife I used some Nutter and I to see if I could get this out little bit quicker but yeah I cut myself but this is not hurting that much it's just like I could so I'd do everything fine but it is how it is so as you can see this is how it looks that's the screw right there and this is how the sticker looks and I told you there was a second another world this is kind of like the tape of it or the glue and this is a sticker so glue and sticker so those are that's why there's two layers so just be careful with that so that's why I use scissors to to be very careful guys don't try to cut yourself like I did right now just take it take it very slow alright don't don't try to speed it up or anything just take your time with it until you finally got everything out and right here I could try I could try to peel it off like normally now so that's all good to try to do right now try to get anywhere around it but just be careful like like what happened to me okay just be careful be patient just do it slowly and try to get everything out from the Phi stick but I'll be right back once I take off everything so there we go guys I took out the sticker out there telling you though about being careful everything yeah I peels off very easily once you already get to like trying to get too worn out a little bit but yeah there you go that's a stick already I mean the stick the sticker so I pine I'm not going to use them very much but it's just that I have to take it I know it's kind of like a little bit scratched up up here and a little bit down here but of course that's the only way we could try to take off the sticker and now I'm going to do is take off the screws right here all these six screws and the corners and put the artwork so I'll be right back okay now guys since as you can see I already took out the screws and I put in the artwork first yes I put into our work first as if I could try to take it out the other artworks in there first as you can see over time are working then the pecci glass on the top and right now I'll try to configure everything else but then you go to use of course the screws that Kame win with the hard work and I'll be done right now so I'll be right back I'll try to screw everything in okay guys I already put it on the screws and it does fit fit nicely it does the only thing that I did not do very much is like very tight in these screws I didn't tie them like too much just when let me just show you right here okay I'm screwing it right now and I just do a little bit all like very tiny I just leave it like that for a little bit yeah it fits very nicely even though I could still feel like the pixie glass like I could like touch it right here like instantly it still feels nice like it does fit really well on the on the Hori so that's it let me just try to get everything connected once again and I'll be right back so yeah there we go guys bat up on all buttons on fit perfectly like there's no movement or nothing these are still the stock buttons yeah I love it I love it love it love it thank you thank you tech intervention for the pixie glass and also from getting me the artwork I mean I know I did the argue by myself but like trying to make the paper out of it thank you I mean I am I always wanted to get out artwork but I did not know where to get one I could try to go to maybe office OfficeMax or office depot to see if they could do something like this but I never had the chance but just by researching and checking out mods on YouTube now you guys know where to find the pixie glass the artwork as well bokors I I made my own artwork I made all of this by myself but you know try to get the dimensions everything will be down description guys they do tech interventions for everything I mean I always wanted to do this and finally I did I finally have my first modest stick here the hoary and I'm very happy I am very happy but of course next time guys we're gonna do that one until next time of course yes I'm going to try to do the magcast one but in some other time and maybe in the future I'll try to do you guys a little update on my stick right here I'm playing my change the buttons I mean I do like these buttons even though a lot of people go with the sound what bonus I understand that by wish these buttons were colored but most of it is just black once only like just a quarter black and I'm like I wish they had multiple ones but I'll tie how to buy some sound one buttons later on in the future but there you go guys that's how you mod your whore ear up for taking for watching and you know until next time I'll try to do the Mac house and try to update you guys on the Hori just in case I change out the buttons or something well maybe another artwork who knows because it's very easy to just unscrew this put the new artwork in and you're done but of course next time I'll try to do the Mad Catz when I have the chance but thank you for watching guys share it with some of your friends that they want to learn how to mod the horrea they have one and I'll see you later alright keep on playing and gay flag guys see you later

I Bought An Abandoned Storage Unit FULL of STEAMPUNK ARTWORK!

I Bought An Abandoned Storage Unit FULL of STEAMPUNK ARTWORK!



we are here and we're about to see what's gonna happen here I'm excited what's going on everybody this is Jason thrift trailer today is February 12 2009 teen and a few days ago I put in a proxy bid on a storage unit online and today marks the day that that storage unit auction ends and my bid was my proxy bid was $600 it was at two hundred and thirty when I placed the bid and since it's been a bid up all the way to four hundred and sixty dollars we've got 43 minutes left I'm gonna turn the camera around and let you guys take a look at this this is pretty cool hang on okay so here we are we're at storage treasures dot-com and this is the this is the unit that I'm interested in buying we've got 43 minutes to go guys and right now the bid is at 460 dollars so the minimum bid is 470 I am currently the high bidder and this is what the unit looks like tons of boxes tons and tons and tons of boxes all the way it's a 10 by 20 I see artwork down here okay that right there this little that little box there that box is a Funko pop box and not that that matters dating when look at this Spartan head guy nobody can seem right there but this thing is plumb full to the gills with boxes guys it's pretty amazing I'm really hoping to get this thing but we will find out very soon well guys I've got to say we just won the storage unit for $460 that proxy bid kept people from bidding at the end and it's amazing I think I think we've got a steal here but well we'll have to dig into it here in a little bit see what the heck we found it but take a look at this here it is guys here it is wham-bam $460 on the high bidder it's a 10 by 20 so 200 square foot like I said loads of boxes here let me see if I can get that a little bit closer for y'all look at that if you can look at how at that it's just plumb full and I think I think we're in for a treat that Spartan head is officially mine so let's uh let's load up and go take a look at it we are here and we're about to see what's gonna happen here I'm excited oh man holy cow look at this guys look at this it's friggin awesome this is awesome y'all we're about to do it to it and maybe we'll find something of value what do you got here pops what's in there go clunk that's old clock parts yep Oh oh that could be a good sign that could be a good sign look at all of this holy crap holy oh me oh my oh my yeah awesome thanks thanks Matt all right pop off I guess we're gonna do this thing all right just hold it and try to stay focused on me we're gonna we're gonna go through this unit a little bit and see what we got here this box [Applause] looks like nuts bags and some shoes here shoes and bags shoes them bag people shoes and bags this is brand new with tags recollections never been used I think there's anything in it what is it all right this is Michaels new stuff here okay so there's new tags yes what is this look at this y'all what says a pewter tone old tank tankard where US Patent made in Hong Kong oh that's a Snoopy Whitman's candles that's great look at that that's crazy gosh decanter second it's a little uh what do you call it nicely captured oh I stick a nerd there it is Wow that's that's pretty cool I would give you new for that day oh that's cool buddy no just trance find no money there that's wild [Applause] I don't have a clue what this is all right okay the fourth week we got a check this guy we got he's been staring at me this whole time [Applause] wow wow wow why why why well this is metal this is metal guys there's no markings on the bottom I don't see any markings anywhere this is wild I don't even have a clue this thing probably weighs to get 25 pounds maybe you thirty Wow I don't even know guys if if you guys have any idea what any of this stuff is please leave a comment down below timestamp the video so that I get the memo and this is this is pretty amazing right here this is this is metal it does weigh around probably like I said around 30 pounds I think I think we're doing pretty good so far I'm pretty excited you know what let's go Hey so I saw this I saw this when when I was looking at the unit and I assumed that it would probably be empty but I looked this up I think it was 50 or 60 dollars on Amazon this very piece and there's something in here and there it is brand-new in package brand spanking new founder 2015 Captain America collector Corps that is pretty awesome I'm surprised I'm surprised it's in there that this right here is 50 60 bucks this alone at the rate you're going about middle of next week will be halfway through okay we got a DUI beanie baby classic I can't imagine these being worth much this is a Foggs I'm getting I'm getting the feeling we have a collector of sorts on our hands here guys what is this you got an alien and it's pretty obvious I cared about this stuff you know here it is what brand new with tags says Namco 1997 guys 1997 still with the tags have no idea what he is let's see so the Martian it exported made by Namco na NC oh pretty wild guys 1997 looks brand-new okay this is family photos I can't show this this is a Ouija board William Fuld the mystifying Oracle made in the USA Oh what year wow that's old but the box is yeah the box is old I was looking for a year here Baltimore Maryland is where this was made Wow guys this is amazing this is amazing all right I gotta set that this is it this is amazing I'm already like wow this is a signed print or maybe you know I think it's signed it looks sign it's definitely number nine 32 mm I have no idea whoo here we go Nene Thomas illustrations any-any this is from 1611 North Classen Boulevard in Oklahoma City Nene Thomas says here devotion $20 but it is a it's a numbered and signed print so this is something I need to look into and here's just a little wooden engravement here's one from Karen Hollingsworth fantasy and children's illustration and it is also signed and numbered one out of 250 well like already tell I can already tell the QR rent you are hopefully addicted to this stuff hopelessly addictive I guess I should say especially if we score like this all the time it can't be bad at all this is signed I have no idea this is an original it looks like it could it looks like an original it could be a print either way it is signed I love her and it says Elaine be Eska Arts and illustrations so that's pretty nice what are you what do you think so far guys we haven't even I'm still standing in the entryway I haven't made it one foot into this place steaming up the future this is very very no idea I have no idea Oklahoma City's premier steampunk event so 2012 2012 2012 ok 5 May 7th 2012 yeah so steampunk we could look into the near future of this storage unit here here's the same thing here's another print same person is the last one Alain visca I believe that this is a print it does look signed it's not numbered that's really cool-looking yes it is like the world [Laughter] February 29th to March 2nd 1980 and it looks to me like a UFO is taking off with the doghouse date the doghouse that ain't the doghouse that's the outhouse oh that's the out boaters britches that's hilarious guys dude I don't even know ok 17 it says copyright setting on Henry ok this right here is copyright 79 this was put on there afterwards I believe it looks like that is very interesting Wow this is this is crazy you didn't take care of that stuff and to think that I'm the proud owner of all of this now this is crazy Cheers here's another looks like okay this one says dragon Canyon it's it's written with with all of you can get pretty close to that says Dragon Canyon it's written with pencil and there is a signature there Sara Clements dragon Canyon that is just magnificent why would somebody like this I do not understand this is a lot of artwork more than I ever anticipated celebrate the magic and wonder of Disney with Cruise Line and this is just a great big Disney pin and here's another pin here and it's on it sits so that you can frame this that's a that's pretty amazing remarkable I don't have a clue what any of this stuff is worth there's this stuff is usually pretty collectible the older it is the better okay again another original art piece this is signed and the 15 of 75 it's numbered and signed lady culprit is what it says looks like a something like a Disney character honestly but that's this is something I'm gonna have to do some research on guys yes this is Mary Hansen Roberts 1607 Queen okay Orlando Florida here's another dated April 25th 1985 Mary Hansen Hansen Roberts it's just a picture of dragon here so again another original piece here now this one I believe was probably purchased here at the Oklahoma City Art Show says 15 inch or 5 450 this is just a print I don't see a name on it anywhere this is this is an original well I say it's original it's a print if they're numbered it's a print correct yeah okay this is a 16 of 250 by Randall or Spangler it's called watch dragon that's pretty amazing there's more back up I think actually it's all together okay there's those here's another one similar to the one we just saw we have bucks guys this says number 632 lone wolf stained-glass wolf is what it says on the front on right now angel wings a fanciful art gift shop okay let's see this thing wow that's pretty amazing that's really cool-looking Wow I just feel like I for some reason I feel like I just hit the lottery here's another print numbered number 4 of 195 the Unicorn tree is what it's called and I have no idea what that name is I have no idea but that's that's pretty amazing okay it's just never-ending guys it's never-ending this might be this is probably okay yeah this is a I can't show it to you but it's a certificate certificate this person was a certified internal auditor and it came from the Institute of internal auditors so this person obviously was an auditor yeah Wow November 1991 so that gives you an idea of how the age of this person see if they were in college they graduated college 91 then that would be to probably what 23 24 years old and 91 so 2001-2011 44 where we're going it probably around 50 years old 50 between 50 55 this I would have seen this pewter it's made in England guys it's made in England and it has a stamp wa6 three four five what do you think pop off you think that's pewter a dollop is pewter because pewter is a soft material okay I don't know what that would be but you could research it from those numbers I believe I don't think that I don't think though that silver would have this kind of tarnis to you that's confident okay so it might be silver plating the plate yeah good eye good eye so this is copper well I know that this had here silver plate this out here but it's probably all silver plate that's that's not that's not throwaway stuff but it's made in England so garage sale stuff Wow all right so there's that and here's a much larger piece right here oh wow and that's the old stuff that this is uh let me see if I can find a stamp somewhere this silver on copper there's the answer right there it says silver on copper so it's silver plate on copper I'm not seeing any other stamps discerning where this was made but that's up that's a quite a sizable dinner tray I would assume is what this is it takes a research oh yeah don't don't polish it oh no no do they think to it okay that's why [Applause] here's a brand-new never used static duster say that mantis design copyright 1993 so this right here is it's a noted Roman what it is so no idea what this is I mean it's a course it's a poster it's a poster but it's from 93 and what's strange about it is it's got you know it's got emojis all over it so huh that's interesting what about your basket the basket to label I'm not I'm not seeing the label off the top just from what I'm looking at yeah I don't know we're here here it is natural storage solutions is 40 $40 is so there's this basket again you know it's brand new with tags but it's not anything special I get 20 bucks out of it baby let's go let's come right here and see what we got here this looks like quick print this is just whatever yeah it's just little invitations I think so we'll we'll set that off to the side here guys I did not bring what I didn't bring a knife wait yeah I did you're lucky you got here yourself side of this you bit about this Oh still just as excited every single box is like Christmas just close to try [Applause] [Applause] clothes here wow what is this this list that's shook silk what that is what is this what's the brand here is it man that's pretty wild-looking I think the lady of the house my bit oriental from the looks of things maybe and this doesn't look to be this is silk thank some type of dress this is all handmade I'm not seeing any any kind of tags here guys look at this and that's linen I think the way it looks look at this guy's let's get in here look look at this see the detail this stuff right here this could be some of it could be some dollars now you're not folding those clothes back up are you what 6 to be the problem here won't have to go through this later on okay guys this is clothing so I'm gonna take their word for it my clothing but see how meticulously they pack this stuff look at it yeah there's a bunch of clothing here a lot of clothing here says wolves but it's been marked out now it said clothes likely clothes but the clothing here you see that they took the time to put the clothes in a bag in the bag in a box what they to tie Halloween party official racquetball rules cadet autobiography Army ROTC so she was a cadet in the army [Applause] Wow well could be he could a bit heat she well it says a net oh it could have had a at night yeah this is I mean this is a lot of paperwork but I'm just gonna have to go through guys there's no telling what you're gonna find in here every single every single i'ma have to go through every single paper there's no telling what I'm gonna find in here there's a lot of photographs postcards these are postcards look at that postcard from what year I don't know the photograph was from 1944 I had no idea some postcards can be worth some money this thing's plumb full of postcards here Wow looks like she was also a rider so yeah there's I don't even know I don't know where to begin I don't know where to begin it's an empty file box here's a big deal [Applause] okay we got clothing and shoes in here and belts so you know it's one of those things that this is one of those things we'll have to go through later on you know there's dragons on that we'll have to go through this at a later time guys we can't go through it here we got to move this stuff out we only have 48 hours you can look right here and tell what I haven't how far I've gotten not very far all right let's take a gander here oh I see the wallet here's a wallet guys there's no money in there that I see that's personal property partial stuffins DragonCon 2007 that's interesting this person was definitely there's a social can't let you see that this is definitely pretty wild so far right this paperwork but here's Alamo belt buckle San Antonio Texas serial numbers 210 a little belt buckle that's cool just in a file here Wow don't have a clue with this piece it's a lot of handwritten papers here baby personal stuff this you know what this may be it could be letters from war or for being in the military you know it's possible some personal personal photographs in here guys seven hole punch still there's just a lot of paperwork in here we're going to go through this a little what's in this [Applause] I have no earthly idea but it has a tag on it says twenty nine fifty each I don't have a clue what that is don't have a clue what [Applause] [Applause] yes no runes the Viking executive decision maker is inscribed with this is the the rune of holes wholeness yes on one side and the rune of standstill no on the other what are the worlds that bake these people were into dragons as steampunk other like what is oriental it's just what I think I think she probably was already actor it's quite possible we've got a look at this though now here's here it is have no idea it looks like a tooth that's oriental stuff Wow zip it up there's a Disney copyright Disney for the dragon and I can't remember her name this is amazing there's all sorts of stuff in here guys everywhere you look this wrapping paper something very intriguing all right on to the next thing [Applause] this looks like copper copper not to be used as a measure okay Huffman tools Dayton Ohio us this is a oil canister that's pretty cool then this guy I don't know what's a QT liquid I guess so that's pretty weak this is tin I think this is copper yeah they're fixed to get your skirt blow it up again when you start bailing it looking in there here yep cuz I think there's a lot of fake there's a lot of a lot more of what you would get down a while ago now that's that's about as painted that somewhat this is handmade crossed it and it wasn't completed that's right I can tell it's cross stitch there's the needle and thread right there not man that would have been really cool this was supposed to be a wizard yeah cross stitching completed cross stitch stuff can go for some good money from what I understand and that's that would've been really more I'll see if she waited she was working out that had to put it up what happened to these folks that's tapestry what to call tapestry it's a head bag it's a handbag tapestry and see here's another cross stitch that they were working on see ya we didn't get very far with it to work Jessie but like that see I like to finish those she likes to do that sort of stuff put in this pillowcase here yep and I think this was supposed to be oh wow they were really good at it though I don't think out too bad it'll never be finished life happens life happens you know here's the thing at least I'm buying it and it's not going in the trash you know this person's belongings are gonna go to someone who wants them and that's just that's far better off than it going through the dump I can tell you that right now so here we've got I have yeah I see that okay this is pretty neat-looking I'm not entirely sure what this is from this paper I'm not sure they had something going on here not terribly sure what that is what is this okay okay this looks like it's probably a completed cross stitch here Wow look at this guy's tell you that it's hard to see but there is a that pleaded that stitch is there is a famous painting by somebody old old painting this has a title there's an old painting out of the world of this this is from that old painting that's uh Wow I don't know I don't know the name of the patty but I have seen it what it was up here on art display what time stuff I don't even know how old this stuff is so I gotta be as careful as possible here's here's a few others but God went away in 1989 1939 1989 Gone with the Wind that's pretty cool that looks like just paper and then this says if ever I cease to love New Orleans so this is a picture of a Mardi Gras New Orleans yeah that's pretty cool what there's a roach there the otters have got roaches yes that's their state blood that's our state bug this looks like a frog maybe Jiminy Cricket don't know it's hard to see oh what's hit what's that dude's name I cannot remember his name I've seen him many places but there's that so the other side with the top hat well that's about the backside of me that's wild guys that's wild wow wow wow wow wow so yeah a whole lot of cross-stitch stuff here did I get some place up keep putting my flavor from the lens I'm not intended to about I thought you just had on these cameras myths and legends the Egyptian collection it's just a box but each piece is uniquely hand-painted by W you looks like Fox's class this is looks like your last okay we've got glass panes in here these are just glass panes but cata gives me a clue that there might be a much more picture frames here so for that this says the main gallery 37:20 West Robinson Norman Oklahoma the Pyramids of Giza Egypt that's uh that's pretty cool that's that's pretty cool [Applause] [Applause] [Applause] okay so this one is written down here says Twilight arrival that's some steampunk stuff right there man says Frank's unlimited I think this might just be the where they got it framed but I don't see any I don't see any writing other than that but that's not to say it's not on the print itself it would be out there because that's part it was actually afraid what they bought it okay arrival yeah okay here it is Randall there it is right there it says Randall Spangler 1-80 yeah swagger was also some of the other ones you looked at yeah that's pretty amazing right here this is interesting Wow okay there's a frame brand-new never used here's another frame brand-new never used this says david roberts grand portico fillet i guess if that's how you say it 1838 this is a print obviously a little over a little bit this would be the line there you go is that it's a just a print here looks a ytube baby yeah it's reflecting in the side you can see this is a pretty nice frame actually I have no idea what we have here I don't see any markings or anything nothing on the back from what I can see so they liked that's something quite intriguing that's a really nice frame try to decide if it's an old frame or not my attitude is fine it's the world that sucks unused frame there's another unused frame this is the Egyptian state railways that is pretty wild Zaki Cairo 58 at centre 38 of course it's just a print but pretty intriguing nonetheless okay this says okay just hit decline there this I think is a authentic piece here it's not numbered says Benjamin chichi 75 here okay looks like it's a swan a swan right here it says dancing goose benjamin chi chi's so I think that this I don't think I bet that right there is the authentication paper in it defy it look at this guy's okay it's a print Wow this I'll have to look into that that's crazy this is crazy you need to put that stuff that keep it funky bit up though yeah it's already pretty good app that's pretty interesting that's pretty [Applause] alright guys guys it just just keeps coming it just keeps coming yeah hit me yelling out loud stuff get stolen for it's on its turb the neighbors all right well it's a fuzzy poster yay here's another huge fuzzy poster big fuzzy poster of what what is a fuzzy poster [Applause] oh wow this is heart I think this was yeah this is okay this is a hand-drawn sketching tell this is so you must have been doing some Hovick some hold MA well they're just you know I think this was their their personal stuff here their personal artwork so I'll have to look into this there's a whole bunch of stuff in here we just don't simply don't have time to go through it here but so there's that there's another frame that hasn't been used and another frame has been used wow this just looks like a cork board okay once here man more [Applause] this is okay this has got to be an original I think I don't know it's on that kind of it looks like rice paper – okay that up to about you up to tobacco they're protected back but that's what we've got there I guess now we're gonna go through this box here we got this is just paperwork take a look here mister board backing more paperwork this says female dragon number six of 200 del Harris illustration and design from Muskogee Oklahoma dill Harris 1981 six of 200 that's pretty cool here's another del Harris this says male dragon six of 200 and it hasn't it seen better days but it's still here well there's the piece do it not there I love her Wow that is I even know 85 pale wood costumes and accessories Gulfport Mississippi this says Erickson 43 of a hundred storm singer that's pretty cool but guys I'm not gonna go through all of these here but we've got this whole thing is plumb full of prints I mean entirely full of friends that's crazy I don't understand what's going on right now this is far too much for my pictures by Philippe Mikado this is Wow Philippe Mikado Rio Grande or Rio Grande it's made with different machined parts here that's pretty clock parts clock parts Clark parts my grandfather says which is what you have a collection of clock parts you down there that's pretty wild that's this is pretty cool Wow okay there's just way too much for us to go through all of this here I don't know there's so much so much here so much okay so here's this box even more artwork so far we've we've had just a bunch of artwork all right let's see what's in the suitcase I'm intrigued we'll bring it out here okay says pawn gray jewelers guys those could be these could well I don't know if they're real I don't think they're real Casey held it up real they're not real man I was getting excited to go second I thought I found a pearl necklace it's pretty intriguing though to say the least that was in this little bag here nothing in here no let's get into the guts of it alright y'all are gonna see before me anything clothing lots of clothing yeah there's a bunch of clothing here nothing too exciting there but yes we got a long ways to go this is pretty phenomenal let's get back over here see if there's anything on here nothing in there there's something in here Office Depot this just looks to be just laminating pouches nothing in there but here we have plate 83 view of Toledo and then Joanie crass Nance key just a print watercolor watercolor this might actually be an original I don't know for certain but it looks to be soaked on the back I can't tell Oh pull okay style bye so this is the person that framed it I I don't know much about art work guys I can't tell if this is original or not but who knows who knows I don't even know who it's by I mean I got a I even have to look in between cardboard because you there's been things in every spot imaginable pouch especially for that wow-whee their artwork data plastic cross stitch again another cross stitch looks like they were still working on it possibly could be Jeff puzzle caddy it's a puzzle caddy what's that I guess it's you can just put your puzzle in there turn it up I'm trying not to there's a puzzle in there yeah okay Jess you're like this wow that's pretty wild that's crazy I don't have a clue what that is it's something some kind of tray all right guys right here made in Hong Kong it's a little oiler I guess it's a Platt sprayer water sprayer for plants what is that not crazy Subaru barked I don't see a mark somebody wrote in sharpie $12.99 up here at some point but that's full of collectibles that's great I think that this is I think it's with stirrers looped Methuselah it's got the snake head yep that's pretty that's pretty you guys we've got brand new in the box Hallmark ornaments keepsakes Larry miniatures this is Mickey and company brand new in the box that's Pluto hallmark keepsake Lerman brand new in the box yeah that's in it brand new in the box here's a keepsake ornament Charlie Brown brand new in the box coca-cola cool Santa brand new in the box and then you got this guy Snoopy so bring new stuff guys oh my gosh what is going on right now this is insane Noma collectables rats I have no idea Christmas yeah Christmas stuff let's start here this is made in Taiwan it's not what we thought it's a it's a dragon it's broken yeah the other the other piece is in here but this was a dragon that's cool I could probably put back together ease it up this is a says Teleflora here's a this is coca-cola it's a holiday tan from 2013 we got a Disney pin here Wow Disney pin trading now I've heard that Disney pins can be worth some money some of them and this is that dragon with the witch I can't remember her name for the life mate these are just some I have no idea what those are resting random stuff a lot of pins here's coca-cola pins this is USA Olympics proud partner pan and coca-cola not quite sure what that is looks like sand and shells there's some money there some quarters starting to make my money back already in quarters so there's that just doused clocks these are clock dials some of them are wooden those are kind of old they to collect a cup of cuckoo clocks yeah here's cherub charmers it's a counted cross stitch design now here's here's the cool thing I know that some of these cross stitch design like patterns and kits can be worth some money it's really just a lot of a lot of stuff for crafting okay so that's a lot of craft stuff says 2005 20th anniversary I don't have any idea have some pennies in there no clue here's an oriental fan careful with it there it is it looks to be pretty authentic you asked me up ok don't have a clue what's in here oh man oh man it says monkey that's all it says it's made of wood looks I'm kind of a big I don't know I have no idea but it says serpent snake it was part of chess set guys if anybody has any answers to these questions I've got a million questions a million questions I don't know what I ran across this isn't this is insane look at this huh rooster look its head probably had a car but whoever truck yeah I don't have a clue hit a raptor backup key for that box and we got a whole box pin I don't I don't have I've never seen anything like it in my life okay then this looks like just a lot a lot of crafting stuff here's another oriental fan those are some pretty intricate paintbrushes this – first of it looks like crafting supplies so he knows careful with it let's plan to run out of that box a lot of research to do what are you gonna do with all this stuff I'll try to sell most of it that's the point in time we have to be out of here before dark but we're ready we're gonna take a look at the kool-aid guy so what's up we're gonna take a look at this thing kool-aid drink set guys you see if there's a year on this I don't see a year of course there's bar codes so we know it's not like ancient but if I was to guess this is probably 90s all right so let's look here how's that looking good but guys brand-new never touched wow talk about awesome Osage worth anything I would have I would bet that they are I would bet I think that when I when I look this thing up it's a little faded the box is a little faded on this in the top end when I look this thing up I think it was going for like around $40 used you looked it up where'd you look it up oh you saw I saw it so okay yeah so alright now we're gonna go right here says och to octopod icon and it looks like these are free register sheets you know these are registration forms from from a looks like they put on old-fashioned shortbread cookies oh boy but when it says antique we're getting into things as if we haven't yet it says carriage Lantern antique carriage let's see that's what's it there it may be a boxing toilet paper who does or they wrapped it up good sharpening guys this real that Wow good take that out take this out put that other side that back it you're terrific really Wow what's in here guys we might actually have an empty box here turn it over there you go Oh empty empty keys it there oh it was it's typed up to the inside right there right all right let's see this says hardware let's see what this is all about it's a pretty heavy box oh yeah that's a lot of hardware huh oh it's just a whole bunch of bolts not nuts who knows this is more hardware and it's heavy enough I'm gonna just trust that it is what is this these oh boy art catchers artistry in glass Wow I think that's just a brooch yeah some kind of looks of that hole there looks like bobby books whole bunch of different this is all different beads and thread tons of different little beads thread and got twisted Oaks design okay so you can make these this is the design for this and then it says kc8 the bat that's interesting designs these are all design patterns linen thread here's a this is a some more of the cross stitch designs DragonCon that's a a book DragonCon from 2008 Wow and then just a whole bunch of other cross stitch stuff here it looks like paperwork and tons of books about beading some of these could very well be worth some money to classical elegance Wow this person obviously took care of everything that they owned I mean it's all meticulously put in this box it's all meticulously it all has its place this is amazing imagine what happens to the people that wouldn't walk to retrieve this something bad obviously happened to it's hard it's it's sad to say that that could very well quite be a possibility here's a banker's box plumb full of books and these are Anne McCaffrey dragons dawn here's another dragon book get a furry she's research ever what are they well a lot of these books they look like okay some of them like stuff like this might actually have some value but the romance novels no but every single one of these will be looked over a bunch of books this case why not is it empty it's not super heavy but it's not empty this eco this nothing in there for the big time let's see stuff okay so I thought all along we had a collector unit and look at all of these old I don't know how old they are this is a 2000 there's t y beanie babies from from mcdonalds guys but we got all sorts of mcdonald's toys in here this is Mulan everything again there's a tea wine rack – I Bronte beanie babies a McDonald's please that's that's what that's where we're at there's slow that stuff is work but believe it or not yes some of it is but a lot of it is not airing the beer you did to research it I mean some of it possibly but blot it up blot it up I got a suitcase full of stuff sale a suitcase full of beanie babies we're gonna we're gonna reveal this now alright so lookee here lucky lucky some dressers some tables it looks like once we do you move gonna do this box a lot as well let's do this box cheap good enough they're full of books it's hard to say oh my goodness what do we have here what is this these are comics people these are comics comics comics these are they all comic books comics CLF quest that's 1983 oh my gosh all of these are comics these are thicker comic books in win' rifts world book 3 palladium books presents Wow see what's in there open it up please this is very this is steampunk at its finest this crazy alright thing about that a lot of people collect with colleague books see what's in this one comics Wow comics / right yeah some of these some of these are about to be good was there in a plastic yeah these are comics – what comics these are oh yeah yeah they're so afraid to touch them Susie comics what do you go to it's all they've got the rest of your life to do that seat right here what's here comics Oh more comics guys more comics this is crazy crazy what's in here these are not comics what is this okay guys that's a genuine crystal and silver plate pedestal ball there's so much stuff in here guys there's so much stuff for belt buckles I just run across a bag of belt buckles it's like there's no rhyme or reason to anything there's a dragon belt buckle here this looks like a booty call is that Domino's is that how they keep score on Domino's that it's a oriental calculator look there's a spider feed there's a there's a wooden box in here guys I can't go through over this here I just can't I want to so bad that I can this is stuff that we'll go through together at the house well guys that's all that we got from the storage unit today we'll be back tomorrow for more I'm pretty excited to see what else is in there we just barely skimmed the surface of this storage unit and I'm just astounded at what we've found you know again if you guys have any idea of any of the things that I showed you today timestamp your comment and let me know what this the stuff is or what it could possibly be worth it helps me out tremendously and you know if you guys liked this content there's going to be plenty more videos just like this to come very very soon like comment subscribe and until next time guys keep on 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