Judith Supine is a Brooklyn-based street and mixed media artist known for his surreal and technicolor collages, which he posterbombs around Williamsburg and Lower Manhattan with an adhesive mixture called wheatpaste (also known as potato paste, flour paste, rice paste, and Marxist glue). Supine rejects the idea of precious material in his work, instead making beautiful mess from magazines absconded from the trash, a utility knife, cheap glue sticks and an industrial copy machine at Kinko’s. Enlarging the images to an assortment of scales, he then paints these anxious-looking creatures in garish, neon colors and releases them into the metropolis around him. Check out more of his work here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/judithsupine/