Art Crush: Judith Supine

Brooklyn-based street artist Judith Supine likes to cut things up. He incorporates found pictures from magazines, books – whatever inspires him, really – and collages them together to create surreal street art pieces. He likes to get dangerous and erects his work in places where they’re not supposed to be. What a rebel! We love the bizarre quality or his pieces, as well as the vibrant colors and the focus on eyes. FYI, it’s hard not to stare at them… Have a look:

Check out Nylon Magazine‘s interview the artist in his studio/house (street artists sure do like to cover their faces):

A Midweek Meditation On Zadie Smith’s Literary Brilliance, Michelle Obama’s Grace and Common’s Never-ending Creativity

This week, I’m leaning into love. Love for literature and one of its most brilliant minds. Love for our First Lady who feels like family instead of political royalty. Love for Common, a man whose trademark creative impulse shines on an unofficial remix of “Cranes in the Sky.”

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