We've shared quite a few moments of artistic aw with Judith Supine, here on justiNYC blog, but this one might take the cake. According to Gothamist, Judith recently placed a 50 foot tall piece over the south side of the Manhattan Bridge-undoubtedly one of the greatest graffiti stunts involving a NYC bridge in history.
This massive piece will most definitely not survive very long, but the feat itself is amazing, to say the least. So, in honor of Supine and for sake of giving HUGE props, I figured it appropriate to dig out a few other works that I've gathered along the way.
Bond Street, Manhattan (near the acclaimed 40 Bond)
Off of Berry Street in Williamsburg
Off of North 10th Street in Williamsburg/Greenpoint I've been printing a lot lately and I must say that some of these pieces are among my favorite to see large. Its almost like reliving the moment that I first stumbled upon each of them. Thanks Judith for your hard work! If you'd like to have a print or two to remember yourself by, look me up. I've got the last one hanging in my living room, big as life.