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Dennis Nishi

Dennis Nishi appears in the following:

Design for the Real World: Duct Tape

Friday, June 04, 2010

Designed for keeping ammunition dry in World War II, duct tape is now available in every color, clear, camouflage, and tie-dye. Author Tim Nyberg explains how duct tape has become ubiquitous. Produced by Dennis Nishi.

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Design for the Real World: Government Model .45

Friday, July 04, 2008

Firearms expert Gary James explains why a pistol made a century ago is still being used by American forces and law enforcement. Produced by
Dennis Nishi.

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Design for the Real World: Propeller

Friday, May 25, 2007

Jeremy Kinney of the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum explains how the Wright brothers’ wooden propeller -– designed using the world’s first wind tunnel -- made the dream of defying gravity come true. Produced by Dennis Nishi.

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Design for the Real World: Leica Camera

Friday, November 17, 2006

Almost 100 years ago, the Leica camera changed the world of photography. It was the first practical 35mm camera, and it has inspired passion in those who shoot with it. In Design for the Real World, photojournalist Deborah Copaken Kogan - the author of Shutterbabe - explains what makes the ...

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Design for the Real World: Government Model .45

Friday, September 22, 2006

Firearms expert Gary James explains why a pistol designed a century ago is still being issued to some forces in Iraq, and why it remains popular with law enforcement. Produced by Dennis Nishi.

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How Art Works: Illustrate This

Saturday, September 17, 2005

Jason Holley is a successful editorial illustrator, a hybrid of artist and commentator. Dennis Nishi followed Holley's work on a recent New York Times Magazine article to find out what it’s like to paint nonfiction on deadline.

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