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):

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