so I guess I can't embed the flic, but peep the link: [link]
The GratNin group:
Hey everybody. I'll be speaking at the Knife Fight: Noches de los Artista
it's a weekly artist talks event series that will be held on Thursday evenings at 7pm at Pete's Candy Store 709 Lorimer St. Brooklyn, NY They'll be hosted by Andy P. Smith of KnifeFight.org
more after the bump
I'll probably check out a few of these, they look pretty cool.
"Turn on the projector, turn off the lights, maybe have a beer, and listen and learn from some of NYCs most innovative creatives
so many of us create things, make art, but its become increasingly difficult to showcase work in an atmosphere that is both relaxed and engaging."
- Andy P. Smith, curator of Noches de los Artistas and Creative Director of KnifeFight
"'Noches' will bring the public face-to-face with a variety of emerging New York artists to facilitate conversation among artists and their peers in an intimate space."
- NY Art Beat
This thursday they've got directors Nicholas Chatfield-Taylor, Jay Buim and Lazlo. Looks like a blast!
last week Graff assassin Shiro shared a bit of her canvas with me at DJ Das' party in the LES. It was completely impromptu as I rarely do this type of thing. It was an honor.
Shouts to Jorden, who's fresh Bird ov Prey
gear I'm rocking below:
check it out video on the blog
...can't get enough of GratNin? Yearn for more shadows and dismemberment? Could you use more teddy bear transformations and nude fighting?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then boy, you're in for a treat cause D? just remembered that there's a warehouse full of GratNin: Ninjaversary just waiting to find their way to your sweaty little palms..
. Interested? Read on.
about 5 years back D-pi collected the the first 5 years of GratNin comics into one giant 52 page bundle of goodness called the "Ninjaversary". It's jammed to the gills with tons of goodness. This book includes the original GratNin that started as a love letter published in the Pratt Static Fish as well as Panel Space
the rarely seen GratNin art project done for Brooklyn International Film Festival.
The book also includes pin ups by incredible talent like Ghostshrimp, Lesean Thomas and Raphael Tanghal
...so ninj'lets, what are you waiting for get at them; they're waiting for you over at LULU
. For just 20 bucks a pop they're a steal!
Also... Peep these GratNin kix, the product of a Dπ/KDU/RYZ collabo...
...available exclusively from the Ryzwear website. get'm here
...also check out some more shots and the Gratuitous Ninja web comic here