Michael Noles spent decades as a Senior Creative Director for the Walt Disney Company. And now he creates fantastic pieces of pirate art that capture the unseen moments of shipboard life.
We dig into plenty of good Disney stuff here for fans of that stuff (like me..) And we talk about where Michael's very dense style of art comes from and how he's made art his life since attending Ringling.
And we'll hear the song "Cooper's Rum" from Ye Banished Privateers off their new album First Night Back In Port.
Under The Crossbones is a podcast all about pirate culture. Your host Phil Johnson (comedian, musician, and pirate geek) interviews the most interesting people in the pirate subculture: Actors, Authors, Historians, Musicians, Artists, Festival Founders, Clothing and Prop Designers, Treasure Hunters, Archaeologists, and more.
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If you'd like to read about the 106 year old fruitcake found in Antarctica, here's that link: http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2017/08/14/543389016/photos-almost-edible-106-year-old-fruitcake-found-in-antarctica
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