It’s been a spectacular year for NYC street artist Judith Supine. The mysterious artist’s work covers the streets of  Willamsburg, Brooklyn and beyond. In an unlikely turn of events, Supine unmasked himself at the Mecka Gallery exhibit of “Golden Child”. The work presented florescent transgendered twins with cigarettes for “members”.  Fans were given the opportunity to speak with the mystery man and many were shocked to see Judith is not a woman.

His name  was an attempt to pull an epic prank on his mother. While Supine is known for controversial and sometimes unlawful art… his mother’s name “Judith Supine” is what is displayed.  No report has been issued on how she took the joke, nonetheless, he is unusually gifted. His eerie, acid-looking art oozes everywhere, from river floats, brick-faced residences and New York bridges.

Recently, Supine and his trippy art were dangling from the top of the Williamsburg Bridge. This event was classified as criminal trespass and reckless endangerment. He dodged authority’s briefly before turning himself in.  A rebel. Supine is not confined by what society says to be acceptable, nor does he look to trends for guidance.  Using inexpensive paints, recycled materials and the ordinary man’s trash, he creates extraordinary art.

Supine is an individual… an artist. He represents an awakening in a generation that typically looks to follow like sheep. His art goes against the grain and denies general preference, so sit back and enjoy the show.


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About The Author

Bianca Alysse is a creatively driven Bronx-born writer and editor. Before becoming The Knockturnal‘s music editor she served as Latina‘s creative coordinator and was a contributor at Billboard. The Boricua scribe has a lengthy resume in the music industry and has penned for Universal Music Publishing Group, Epic Records, G.O.O.D. Music, Compound Entertainment, Artistry & Récords, and Arcade Creative Group. Her work has been seen on platforms like VIBE, mitú, TIDAL, Remezcla, and behind the scenes at New York Fashion Week. As an independent contractor, she has written for Sony Music Entertainment’s global business affairs department, Warner Music Group, and currently Roc Nation.

10 Responses

  1. BK Bully

    This guy really breathes art. He doesn’t do anything but this so you gotta respect those type of people. I see his work all over brooklyn and you always know its his even with the signature.

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