Tomorrow we’ll be sending out a special Shepard Fairey Guest Compiled issue of our free weekly email publication to our email subscribers, featuring the work of his favorite artists, photographers and music. Fairey’s iconic image of Barack Obama was recently the cover of Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year issue, but he was well known […]
My background is in street art and there are a lot of people historically who I’ve really liked. But in terms of new people, I particularly love the work of Brooklyn artist Judith Supine. It’s a surreal combination of old engraving art mixed with hand-drawn and painted images. He does paste up posters, but they’re not just square, they’re cut-out shapes of these interesting looking characters. The closest thing I could compare it to are the Monty Python animations.
Next Tuesday we’ll be sending out a special Shepard Fairey Guest Compiled issue of our free weekly email publication, featuring the work of his favorite street artists, photographers and bands. Fairey’s iconic image of Barack Obama was recently the cover of Time Magazine’s Person Of The Year issue, but even before that he was well known as the creator of the ubiquitous Andre The Giant sticker. We’re honored to have him write exclusively for us about his favorite artists and talk about the artwork that excited him most in 2008. You can sign up to receive this Guest Compiled issue simply by subscribing to the free weekly Lost At E Minor email publication.