Street artist Judith Supine will unveil a new solo show, Golden Child Exhibition, tonight at Mecka Gallery in East Williamsburg. But if you can't make it there, you can always climb the Queensboro Bridge to get a taste of his work.

As you can see in the video above, Supine climbed to the top of the bridge to install one of his Golden Child pieces. It's pretty impressive that he was able to get up there in this era of heightened security, although perhaps it shouldn't be that surprising, considering everything that's been going on at One World Trade Center recently.

This is far from the first time Supine has taken over a major NYC landmark in the name of art: he's previously placed works on the Manhattan Bridge, Central Park and the top of the Williamsburg Bridge. "What I like about street art is when it’s kind of transgressive and illegal and you get to do shit wherever you want without having to ask for permission," the artist told AnimalNY.