Judith Supine continues to spread his work far and wide around New York and this audacious attempt in New York’s East River has definitely caught the eye. Mimicking the synchronized swimmers in Supine’s well known style, his work continues to turn up in the most radical spots creating something of a phenomena. The location of Supine’s work seems to be more the topic of converstaion now rather than the actual work, which is interesting and comparable to the likes of Banksy so look out for the next move from Judith Supine with great anticipation.
The streets of NYC have long been the centre of much of Judith Supine’s work over the years. The artist who explores many fascist of life for inspiration and whose work appears in many places around New York I am very pleased to post this latest piece which has been erected in NYC. Attention to detail is second to none with this realistic piece.
Judith Supine’s put on a storm for his latest exhibition entitled Dirt Mansion which opened last night, with all the work sold before the night.
Brooklyn boys BAST and JUDITH SUPINE brought their respective brands of unique street art stylings to the old country when their joint show, “Booby Trap” opened at Fogtown’s vaunted Leonard Street Gallery last week. For those in need of some quick catch-up, Bast’s colorful world is one overrun with cartoon characters gone wrong and lewd women gone right while Judith Supine’s vision of twisted human figures is permanently tainted with a trademark radioactive yellow glow. Prone to frequent unauthorized public art “installations,” the boys’ work loses none of its streetwise spontaneity when migrating to the white walls of galleries, a fact clearly evidenced by the rate at which rabid British fans snapped up the duo’s work on opening nite.