Street Art by Judith Supine – Brooklyn-based Judith Supine uses his hyperactive imagination to merge images of people, pornography and design elements. He describes his materials as “free or at least really cheap”: X-Acto knife, glue sticks, low-cost paint, thrown-out books, and magazines — whether sourced from the trash, the public library, the dentist’s office, or bankrupt porn shops. Figures with disproportionate features are created, revealing a developed technique and distinct style—gritty and sophisticated. Supine is widely recognized for his art in the streets for both the pieces themselves and their exceptional placement.
More photos of his work on the Judith Supine Flickr-page.