Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Judith Supine

Judith Supine has a very unique street art style; combining collaging and painting with poster sized printing to make caricatures. His assemblage style creates multi-layered personalities with a street edge.

Supine uses found texts to produce something new; the art process consists of a reconstitution of the found texts which is then processed digitally and then put straight back on the streets. It is a kind of re-arrangement of the environment to make you sit up and notice. The use of commercial art in this way is ironic; cutting up the magazines, transforming the beautiful models into something ghoulish, staring out from the walls at passers by.

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