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ART! - We Push Art Like Weight

Heeyeeyeaay. A big what’s up to all loyal ninjas! We’re just about as excited as you are that it’s friday again, and possibly slightly more excited than you that it’s ART DAY! once again. We’ve got some cool stuff for you today, including cut out masks (slightly arts and crafts day) and tight photos by Boogie! So keep your scrollers scrolling.

What you’re about to see is the art of Uwe Henneken, born in 1974 in Germany and currently working in Berlin.


Henneken’s work reflects upon the human condition; the search for meaning and fear of the unknown. When the work includes a figure it is placed in the painting as an awkward interloper, searching or confused. Because Henneken moves between and imitates different styles of painting, the figures are forced to grapple with the ever changing art-historical backdrops that surround them, leaving the viewer to consider what is aesthetically good, and contemplate the cyclical movement of cultural trends.



As always, to see previous ART DAYS! click the link… or better yet click on any Friday on the calendar (that way you get the whole day’s posts). Scrolly Scrollalicious.


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Posted: October 27th, 2006
at 11:57am by black octagons

Categories: apple,contemporary,art fridays

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ART! - Latte Art

Hello boys and girls! Today on ART DAY! our own koookiekrumbles brings you tons of slammin content while the rest of us just sit back and watch. The man is killin’ it! Also check out Menace’s article about the Bush’s a few posts down. Enjoy, we’re going to be hittin you up all day!

To further browse ART DAY! click the link or (better) click any friday date on the calendar in our sidebar.

Many a trick with the milk and the coffee to make latte art.

video at youtube

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Posted: October 20th, 2006
at 10:21am by Koookiecrumbles

Categories: grub,contemporary,art fridays

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ART! - Animatus Digitomonus

Our good friends over at the ARARIO gallery (we love these guys) have put up a video of Hyungkoo Lee’s skeleton exhibition.

It’s cool because now you can finally see all the skeletons. the links have been updatedb (in the old posts) to try to provide you with the structure seeing as the multi-lingual is damn near impossible to comprehensible navigate. There’s a lot of cool stuff on their page though.

Today in ART DAY! we’ve got a whole bunch of cool stuff for you, from family guy exhibitions to nature paintings. You already know how we do so I don’t even have to tell you. To navigate through previous art days you can click any Friday in the calendar on our sidebar.

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Posted: October 13th, 2006
at 11:24am by black octagons

Categories: art,art fridays

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ART! - Liberty Prevails


It’s once again ART DAY! here on myninjaplease. Today we’ve got a whole bunch of cool stuff for you, from nice photos by Bret Culp and Paul Politis to flags by a Brazilian Make sure you scroll down and check out the post on the Terrace St. movie as well. The preceding and following pictures are from Bret Culp’s webpage. The first one is my favortie, and is titled Fallen Liberty. It’s a pic from New Orleans.

This guy, Bret Culp makes Central Park look like an enchated forest in this next pic.


…and here’s another.


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Posted: October 6th, 2006
at 11:45am by black octagons

Categories: art,photo,art fridays

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It’s our first Art Day in three weeks! Today we have a whole bunch of flickr photostreams for you, ranging from really ill to straight up weird. Set them as your background… look at them… print them and throw darts at them or slice them into little pieces with katanas. Do whatever you wanna do. Do you. It’s yo’ world, baby.

The above image is from an artist named iAAeA™is± (um, yes) from the ARARIO gallery, from which we have featured artists before. Check them out, they have cool stuff.

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Posted: September 29th, 2006
at 11:25am by black octagons

Categories: art,contemporary,art fridays

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ART! - It’s the first of the monnnnth


Thanks for joining us for our Friday art! We have a couple cool things today, including interesting new artists and a bunch of photo links. Also be sure to check out the beginner’s guide to escaping from Alcatraz.

The above work is by Salvador DalAA (come on people, get with it). The title is Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea which at Twenty Meters becomes a Portrait of Abraham Lincoln which is definitely a mouthful and a half. It’s true though. And if you don’t believe me… look at the thumbnail.


If you click either the picture or the thumbnail you’ll come to a little cool interactive exploration of the work. Also, there’s a nice little article here. Enjoy, my ninjas, please.

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Posted: September 1st, 2006
at 11:06am by black octagons

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As we all know by now, Friday is ART DAY at myninjaplease. And if you didn’t know, well we told you last week, what’s wrong with you?!?

The above work is a Wassily Kandinsky piece, which I’m sure you’re familiar with. But, if not, there’s also a nice article right here published by NY’s MoMA. Scroll down to read the rest of the awesome art posts. Enjoy!

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Posted: August 25th, 2006
at 9:36am by black octagons

Categories: myninjaplease,art,art fridays

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ART! The 99 Names of the Creator




Well it’s Friday again, and you all know what that means for myninjaplease! If you don’t know, it means we’ve got some dope art for you. The preceding works are all gems of oil on canvas by Hafeez Shaikh, maybe best known for his calligraphy of the 99 names of Allah. These paintings are all taken from a series called Feelings. Check out his webpage, where you can buy his art, order prints… and even commission paintings!

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Posted: August 18th, 2006
at 10:35am by black octagons

Categories: art,contemporary,art fridays

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