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ninja, attack, nyc
Awesome design! ;)
like… wtf is it supposed to represent?
Lol at wildwildwest. It’s clearly the artist taking a classic, well known design and psyching people out by changing it in to a Ninja Sneak Attack.
At first glance I actually thought it was an advertisement for “Ninja” which is one of New York’s most famous restaurants. I went there once on a trip. The restaurant is really neat. You go down an elevator with a Ninja whom doesn’t speak a word to you. When the elevator door opens you can choose two paths:1) The Normal Path2) The Way of the NinjaI took the way of the ninja. Along the way to our table we were fake attacked by ninjas jumping of bushes and stuff. Even after ordering food at our booth, the ninja servers would do things like pull knifes on us, or shove spears through the wood lattice beside us. It was a really crazy experience. Even some of the food was on fire or small controlled explosions happening.
Anyways I doubt thats what this design means, it’s probably my first answer.
The changing of the times and the economic shift of power to ninjas in NY, obviously.
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