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africa. stories about people different shaping their nation. and their continent. d.w. long tedious series for comfort. d.w. dot com or call them. today don't miss our highlights w. program. w dot com highlights. i want to welcome to another edition of your own max i'm your host meghan lee from black beverages to crazy kitesurfing we've got a mixed bag on the show today here's a look at what's coming off. picture perfect
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a new illustrated tribute to the beatles. friendship favorite smile back is in line with a lasting tradition. and surfing supreme riding the waves in northern germany. it's been over forty years since the british band the beatles broke up and its members pursued solo careers but still a beatle mania lives on in people's hearts and minds and now their story can be retraced in a new book it's by two british graphic designers who take readers on a visual journey and illustrate the mark the beatles left on pop music history or we talk to the authors to find out more about this unique project.
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they were british world famous and incredibly successful no band has ever shaped music history like the beatles albums sold millions of copies and almost everyone can sing along to their heads with. the beatles is a graphic journey back in time which brings the fab four to life in fine detail. its unique point is that it tells the story of the beatles through graphics without a single photo of them. i was special about something different something unique to the beatles catalog. all the facts and figures are compiled for each of the iconic bands albums in detail info graphics plus information about tours. chart standings and even the most used words.
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the book also examines the band members guitars and depicts the revolving hairstyles from the classic beatle cut to the long mane to abbey road. the creative graphic illustrators live and work in hereford england. school when we were in already best friends of his. in two thousand and ten the duo started by so england's first agency for info graphics they found and filled in each and swiftly became a leading agency for information design their clients now include i.b.m. google. and the united nations one of the things we do. so. they want us to create something fun something engaging how much
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it would cost to make a real life suit. including its breathing apparatus. prosthetic legs and arms it into a nice in for graphic and yet. over one hundred news outlets including time magazine and mashable have a link to their overview of star wars characters. they got the idea for the beatles in two thousand and fourteen. we've always wanted to do even if off a book the. choice. by. the significance of the band is obviously phenomenal there's a huge backlog of work to work with a huge amount of data for us to examine it just the idea of choice for us is information that. they expressed their devotion to the band through their devotion to detail for every album there's a diagram listing the instruments used on it revealing the bigger picture of the
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beatles compositions growing more and more complex. as the beatles music acquired iconic status over the years their outfits have. fits the beatles wall. because the music went with them you can see they stall till thirty four will always see to believe that the looking the same goes through the shea stadium seats here on the first us tour. through to the iconic sergeant pepper's ones in the real holly psychedelic of the mid sixty's through to becoming more difficult each time that. i don't find that. the rooftop concert at the apple records headquarters was. their last life performance together made simmering disputes the group broke up soon after rob thomas and john brennan can relate to that personally. i. don't know off the bat
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i think we really really do argument. she was strange but we don't we have a discussion we go with my i. think from. the beatles story certainly didn't end with their breakup collectors' items continue to command vast sums at the top of the price list are john lennon psychedelic lee painted rolls royce i merely two million euros and the handwritten lyrics to all you need is love. visualizing the beatles after all these years of just listening to them. and saying in the u.k. actor michael caine leads an all star cast a new film about a london jewelry heist that plus a day in the life of a geisha in rome and a controversial art collection on display here in berlin those stories coming up in
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today's express. the. king of thieves celebrated its premiere in london on wednesday the film's stars michael caine he would leave the bounds of retired criminals to pull off britain's biggest jewelry heist the film is based on true events from twenty fifteen when full of healthy men still safety boxes of jewelry with a ten million euros for london's jewelry district happened on the king of thieves goes on release on september the forty first. visitors to rome are currently finding out more about meeting geishas at the hashtag a should a festival. thanks for japanese geishas provide visitors with an insight into them. and ceremonious. the festival runs until the fifteenth of september at various locations throughout
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the italian capital. berlin exhibition is showing works owned by the late art dealer to put on girl it five years ago fifteen hundred works of art were found in the apartment of gurlitz son cornelius. the discovery made international headlines because several pieces were suspected to have been looted by nazis. the exhibition showcases two hundred fifty artworks from the collection the origins of which have been established and tells the story of the artists. as well as the fates of the paintings former owners. the exhibition which was previously in pawn and farron can be seen in berlin's martin gropius ball until january seventh. normally the colors of wine a rose a white or red but did you know that black is also an option now black wine
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like this one right here stems from the mile back great and was given this name because of its extreme darkness now here in europe it's mostly produced in southwest france and that is where we're headed for our next report in this week's series creative it enters so let's find out now if black wine is really black which i see it's hot and see how this rich color affects the taste. the core region in southern france is one of europe's oldest wine regions its claim to fame is the most back grape. prize for the best mother of twenty eighteen went to the chateau de meco as vineyard owned by betar the gold. market from core is also called the black wine it isn't hard to see why there's a saying if you can look through it it isn't a mound there. are so. it's
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a great very very difficult to do to grow bird here in. crikey mate. very. very. bare tarik a holes father bought the chateau de mega whereas in the one nine hundred eighty three. he turned it into a four star hotel with thirty rooms and a michelin starred restaurant. because the ambience is part of the appeal. of the bishops' of. until a certain twenty some to read so you don't have a lot of. initiative from the certain some three.
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or was growing my back even men. but during the nineteenth century a fits plague the region and destroyed most in yards from outback great from cornwall was only rescued from extinction by the friendless hard work in the one nine hundred forty s. . lydia and claude studied agriculture and dedicate their efforts to replanting mountebank they bought land which was once used to grow wine but was then abandoned because it was too hard to reach a fossil. in france feel often talk about preserving cultural heritage france restores churches castles even old factories and now we're restoring our agricultural heritage but the one. we tried to do for was a customer what the how big from the middle age and then that can taste really what people drinking car during. before they started their own vineyard the couple worked for other wine growers for years with great success as experts in soil
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analysis they advised hundreds of the world over for their own slopes they chose that very traditional. we have works in so long time for the moment yes said we make we make we help people to print when you're outdoors who's the world and govern the thing and so she said why we can't. all no one so there's a whole region of the decision. the chateau to make whereas produces on a very different scale it is more than six thousand five hundred texts as of land. also takes center stage at the hotel restaurant in twenty seventeen is the shift point so was awarded to michelle our staff of pairing regional dishes that get perfectly with the wine from. i like to send fresh water fish with a mile back. and then you want to do one goes especially well with. the supply
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from. mad actually originated in the coal region but it's not only associated with french wine about seventy percent of the world's my back grapes are grown in mendoza argentina. the difference between a argentina and. quite important. this is. the differences lie. between because who. both are great because they are a different. line from the south the front. one of the best and most time on it's your it still. brock is the owner and creative director of her own brand based in well the german born designer grew up with classical dance and was surrounded by the world of
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theater she later studied tailoring at a scada which gave her the skills to eventually launch her own business well now the fashion designer is a fixture on the international scene and she still manages to take time out for her most loyal customers. german designer. studio and boutique in the center of antwerp she's been a fixture of the city's fashion scene since two thousand and six when she's not traveling the world to attend fashion shows she enjoys meeting with customers who visit her store and evolve ike has been a regular for years penny was funny was one of my very first clients i think she was one of the first people who came into my shop after i'd started out in the door and liked what she saw that was such a great feeling because i'd started from zero and i had no contacts here i just opened the store. since then henny has been coming by almost every month she regularly buys choice pieces from
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a new year's children's collection. by today she's looking for an item for herself and her share box walk it's comfortable and easy to wear two factors hanny appreciates and so she doesn't mind paying two hundred fifty euros for a sweater. why don't i always use natural fibers as well this is a mixture of wool cotton and discos so it's very soft i think it's really important for clothes to be soft on your spare bob did a tailoring apprenticeship at this cardio before studying design in hamburg and spending a year working in japan bochy taken her first steps towards becoming a fashion designer long before. what i think i was around twelve or thirteen when i began sewing my own clothes and it grew from then from then on i also knew i wanted to be a fashion designer i never considered doing anything else this is always been the thing for me. so. the designers talent colby i of to
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respond norton the world famous belgian designer and a favorite of queen matilda of belgium. the new spam park worked for to respond norton then launched her own label for women and children. as we cannot conclude when i had children i began making clothes for them. and then little by little they turned into a collection. a piece from her children's line costs from fifty to two hundred euros for. the children's wear is especially popular in south korea but she has clients in twenty eight countries. she says and twelve pairs her ideal home base. as an example you know where it is very international and i've always loved cities with a whole lot because that gives them a special slant the mugs on the fly used to live in hamburg and i really liked that
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you also because it has a port that you but then and twelve has also been a good location for my profession because i'm often in paris and italy and neither one is far from here i was inspired. today as an appointment you know twelve restaurant while ago the designer began designing interiors as well. isn't it yet this is the new restaurant. if i did the interior design for it and pick a topic. in the nineteenth century the building was a coach house and here is almost finished with the interior it just needs a few last touches. coming the game right but unable to find a place here to turn this into a cozy corner where people can relax with a drink and we do book and just unwind and enjoy playing and then. that'll put in
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a children's trial. that would. have received a belgian design award for the interior in twenty seventeen her idea was to preserve the atmosphere and character of the old buildings while drawing on inspiration from her time in japan. in this in all i own stock tat from a japanese suspension approach. which appreciates her with gentle forms and embrace his imperfections and also gain. assurances inda so here i wanted to preserve the character. even those nuns why the walls and ceiling are staying as they are and while we only work with the natural materials. on your spam paul krassner established herself and most from fashion design.
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moving on now to something for all you're doing your summer is out there now if you're feeling disorganized and in need of a message or memo board then our resident d.i.y. expert kui this has just the right idea for you now with some simple materials she shows us how to put together your own personalized message board to help you keep track of all your important appointments so pay close attention but if you miss something you can always see the video again on our youtube channel. and i work a lot from foley so this name a lot help all too often that my day to day test i made this fundamental and i'm going to show you how to do it you will need a wooden box in the times you wanted to be mine measures thirty one sixty centimeters. and empty notebook here too it doesn't matter what ties i chose the didn't eight five. make sure the binding allows singer pages to be torn out.
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in addition you need a piece of chalk about the same size as you notebook and she felt this can be found in a hobby shop it can easily be cut to size with a box cutter i cut mine into the following measurements. and then the only had some wood for you. to drill. some to find a strip of cloth. masking tape. acrylic paint with your choice of color and a brush. and a sheet of colored post to mark and acoustic. triangles on your cock with masking tape. paint them in with one arm of the acrylic paint.
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peeling off the mess think they'd be full of the paint dries completely. use the box cutter to remove the notebook's comma and pages until it looks. kind of any of ragged edges criticism. how do you choose alfalfa work together to form a kind of open power i use the brush to smooth over the deeds of you let it try. i trace this time right on to my college posts i bought cast them out and glue them on to them. now all three elements are finished and you will have to decide exactly where you want to position them measure off the scent of your blog and mock it.
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remember that the apology ought to be a bit down so it can hold pens and pencils. spots floating holes and the apple caught up your body. lay your balls on two blocks of wood so you don't drill into the t.v. and then drill out the holes as my friend the string the through the holes and tie a knot. to the three elements onto this box model to them that everything's dry and very declarative memo body is ready to hang on the was. design you have bought said no limits to your creativity you can leave out the paint and keep it small minimalist all you can make even more kind of.
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yes very creative all right finally we take to the north sea coast for a bit of kite surfing this is a great area at any time of the year because of the windy conditions but surfers would be well advised to wear a wet suit as the waters up north are always a bit chilly. as long as there is a strong wind blowing kite surfing provides spectacular photo opportunity years. it looks harder than it is the kind of his body is harnessed to the cart so far i'm saying it requires less strengthening windsurfing dots. and kinds of things suddenly has advantages over indoor sports. and it's just a whole lot of fun to jump really high for example and then fly through the air
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doing. some feat. and what's more fun than flying. during the summer but there are plenty of kite surfing locations on germany's baltic and north sea carts. both for fun and competitions in a number of different disciplines. for onlookers it was a sight to behold. british style is the supreme discipline in kind serving and one of the best example i know looks from hamburg she's been kite surfing since she was seventeen she
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posted on a surfboard at the age of three as the youngest member of a surfing family. kite surfing got to be trendy but i waited because it was still a bit risky at the beginning risky but the safety systems just weren't quite perfected yet have a good kid and have to say ok we'll wait a little and then he tested it and then. i gave it a try and because you times every now looks says meena tried something found ever since. right and with that we were up another show don't forget to follow us on social media for more on the program as always thanks for joining us we're seeing again tomorrow. the next time on your max. winds are stored at the bottom of the adriatic the nab is mysterium from croatia
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