Archive for the ‘art’ Category

Hear the War Drums/Hear My Cry

One of my favorite videos ever made, Tommy Seebach’s music video for the disco/rock/funk band, Apache.

Also, just to get one thing clear, this is a blatant example of why cowboys are so un-ninja. Enjoy.

Thanks youtube.

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Posted: July 31st, 2006
at 12:19pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: youtube,music,celebrity,not ninja-worthy

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Brush Up On Your Dirty Window Drawing Skills

dir-tay

The dirty dirty man and the dirty dirty myth. Scott Wade is a ninja who realized after years of refusing to wash his hooptie that beauty might still be salvageable. He got mad skills to be seen here.

Props to Ianfor the heads up…

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Posted: July 31st, 2006
at 12:09pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,art,whips

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Ninjas don’t do drugs… unless they’re ill 80s ninjas!

a little blow for my ninjas

So for all you hipster-ass, hypeset, billionaire boys club ninjas, think about this goldplated bic pen cap-turned-extra-jiggy coke spoon pendant. At least you’ll look a bit less like a head when you’re rockin this, and if anyone says anything, you can stab ’em in the eye with it. Just be careful with this thing in your nose while you’re engaged in high-intensity combat, ya heard?

Cokespoon Pendant by Philip Tobias Wong at Citizen:Citizen

via the cool hunter

(ed: Thanks for the correction, Betty)

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Posted: July 31st, 2006
at 9:38am by Black Ock


Categories: bling,art,drogas

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For all of y’all with too much time on your hands…

www.myninjaplease.com - so 3rd grade!

Or if you’ve been looking for a zen pathway to home deco, check out this color-by-number wallpaper from Jenny Wilkinson Design. Just remember, ninjas don’t always stay within the lines!

Cop it

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Posted: July 31st, 2006
at 9:21am by Black Ock


Categories: bling,art,home

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Arborsculpture, because bansai is so last week… Been looking for the illest trees?

Pretzel Tree, Ninjas

Ill Trees Sun

The ill table and chair

This dude got the illest trees!

Arborsculpture is the art of shaping tree trunks and branches into structures, either with ornamental or functional utility. The table and chair set above are too dope.
Cabinet has an interview with Abrorsculptor Richard Reams, who shapes trees into furniture in sculpture in his home of Oregon and around the world. The interview is great and the pictures are unbelievable.

Interview at Cabinet

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Posted: July 29th, 2006
at 10:03pm by Black Ock


Categories: myninjaplease,life,art,green

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Keepin’ it way too real!

Halle love

Let us Partake in the Lettuce

Dread at the Mantrols

neon

So, here’s the shocker: none of these are actual photogaphs, they were all created digitally with vectors.AA This means each of the ninja artists responsible for the creation of these images first made 3D models using vectors, and then applied the textures and shading effects to make these pictures become realer than real.AA And you thought you were a ninja! Please!

The article has a lot of amazing pictures from a variety of artists.

Check it out

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Posted: July 29th, 2006
at 4:26pm by Black Ock


Categories: myninjaplease,art,too good to be true

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What Music Videos Used To Be Like

For some reason I like this video… not quite sure why

Bonnie "Prince" Billy - Cursed Sleep.

Video from Pitchfork Media off of Domino Records.

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Posted: July 29th, 2006
at 3:49pm by Koookiecrumbles


Categories: myninjaplease,music

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Grime Culture

Grime.JPG

This is a sick photo essay by Simon Wheatley, a photographer who tried to capture the pictoral essence of London’s Grime Culture, basically what he calls a British "reaction to American Hip Hop." Nice photographs- really well done. Can you spot the ninja in this photograph?

Link Via: MPC Forums

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Posted: July 28th, 2006
at 2:33pm by black octagons


Categories: music,art,photo

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Grime Culture

Grime.JPG

This is a sick photo essay by Simon Wheatley, a photographer who tried to capture the pictoral essence of London’s Grime Culture, basically what he calls a British "reaction to American Hip Hop." Nice photographs- really well done. Can you spot the ninja in this photograph?

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Posted: July 28th, 2006
at 2:33pm by black octagons


Categories: music,art,photo

Comments: 4 comments