November 30, 2014

Bball: The Yellowmenace Kicks

The Yellowmenace Unofficial Limited Edition Basketball Shoes
via: Nike iD - Lebron 11
Yellowmenace basketball shoes - Nike iD Lebron 11
   Behold, the ultimate lvl AZN basketball shoe!

   This shoe was designed to dominate & regulate on tha court. You'll be dishin' & swishin', postin' & toastin, stoppin' & poppin' on all tha suckas.
Yellowmenace basketball shoes - Nike iD Lebron 11
   This is my ultimate dream shoe, which will forever remain a dream because these are extremely limited, as in the Lebron 12 has been released & Nike iD only allows customization on their latest models.

   Speaking of Nike iD, can anyone explain why they're only available in the US & Japan? They won't even ship anywhere else???

THAI: Chom & Friends

Chompoo (ชมพู่) -
Araya Alberta Hargate (อารยา อัลเบอร์ต้า ฮาร์เก็ต)
Web   -   Facebook

Image Sources: FB - Araya Hargate
Chompoo (ชมพู่) - Araya Hargate (อารยา ฮาร์เก็ต) -
   Chompoo is famous actress, singer, model of Thai, Lao & British descent.

Chompoo (ชมพู่) - Araya Hargate (อารยา ฮาร์เก็ต) -
w/ comedians TukkyGotee โก๊ะตี๋

ART: Shintaro Kago (駕籠 真太郎) - Funny Girls

Shintaro Kago (駕籠 真太郎)
Funny Girls or Brutality thy name is Man
Web   -   YouTube   -   Blog

Original 'Funny Girl' drawings for sale @
Shintaro Kago (駕籠 真太郎) -

November 27, 2014

ART: Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之) - Plastic Toys

Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之)
Web   -   Facebook
Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之) -
HAIKU Art Review: Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之)
Giant plastic toys
Hello anime portraits
Simplified cels sell
Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之) -
   Hiroyuki Matsuura was born in Tokyo in 1964. He joined Task Force Ltd. in 1984, where he worked mainly on graphic design projects, before starting to create his own works based on animated Japanese cartoon characters in 1999.
Hiroyuki Matsuura (松浦 浩之) -
  "I create my work with the belief that Manga is a representative expression of Japanese art following in the wake of Ukiyo-e."

November 18, 2014

VID: Eating Dog in China (& beyond)

Vice: Dining on Dogs in Yulin
Vice   -   YouTube 

   A common stereotype & joke, the fact is eating animals, all kinds of animals & all their various organs is part of Asian culture. In white culture, many of these animals &/or parts are considered taboo, in this case, dog meat.

Viewer Discretion - Graphic depiction of market realities such as butchering meat, in this case dogs.

   Level & objective coverage of the Dog Eating Festival in Yulin, China. Even though the reporter clearly has a bias, she's a dog owner. She manages to show articulate arguments on both sides of this hyper-divisive issue, going as far as sampling the cuisine at a family celebration. 
VICE: Dining on Dogs -
   Southern China has always had a tradition of dining on dogs, despite becoming more prosperous in the 1990s, Yulin has maintained the unique tradition of holding a canine banquet every summer.
VICE: Dining on Dogs -
 Where do you stand? 
 Would/Have you eaten dog?

"People from other parts of China joke that, Southerners will eat anything with legs but the dinner table."
Take the Meat Eaters Challenge below.
My number's 24, what's yours?

November 15, 2014

November 13, 2014

UPDATE: MSG from tha Menace

A Message from Tha Menace
Greetings loyal Comrades,

   If you've been following my blog regularly, you've probably noticed the irregularity in my posting habits. In particular, the recent drop off in fresh content.

   Despair no longer.
Starting this month (Nov) I will share 8 posts per monthThat's about 2 every week & I will do my level best to maintain this schedule thru-out 2015 (pinky promise).
   The Yellowmenace E-zine will launch in the new year. It's your monthly email update on the yellowest posts, as well as the best images from the YM Pinterest & Tumblr sites

November 12, 2014

ART: Tiger Tateishi (タイガー立石) - Surreally Fujisan

Tiger Kouichi Tateishi タイガー立石
HAIKU Art Review: Tiger Tateishi
Landscape circuitry
Slinky Tiger DNA
His Dali, Fuji
Tiger Kouichi Tateishi タイガー立石
   Tiger was born in Fukuoka in 1941.

   In 1963, he submitted a large collage to the 15th Yomiuri Independent Exhibition, which received much attention. Subsequently he went on to be heavily influenced by Pop Art, which he aptly converted to address aspects of Japanese everyday life as well as the country’s current issues.