Judith Supine isn’t afraid to get her hands dirty. Recently she has opted to take her art to the gritty streets of NYC.
Judith Supine used brick walls and general cityscape as her canvas, leaving no location overlooked. If you see any brightly-colored boys hanging off bridges or babies taking a dip in Central Park, you probably have Judith Supine to thank.
For more neon street art, check out the gallery above!
Implications - Modern consumers are attracted to designs that feature unconventional aesthetics. Products that utilize the appeal of an otherworldly element are more desirable than those which only offer attractive imagery. Companies could integrate this aspect into all of their items in order to gain popularity.
Anime Street Art
Super-Sized Street Art
Guerrilla Street Shadows
Expressive Street Art
Subversive Street Art