If you live or work anywhere below 14th Street, or in Williamsburg, you've probably noticed Judith Supine's colorful collage-works. He's been going wild these last couple of months, with dozens of pieces appearing around town. Last night, the artist posted a video on YouTube, showing how each piece is made: first, the collage is hand-cut, then blown up on a photocopier, and finally painted and pasted on a wall. Very cool!
If you'd like to see more of Supine's stuff, check out the 30 shots at Streetsy, the 200+ shots at Flickr, or this video of him wrecking the 42nd Street army recruitment center. [Links via WoosterCollective.]