9 Times Steven Paul Judd Made Your Day With His Awesome-Sauce Art

Steven Paul Judd

He makes art “for Indians to have, and that gets white people to think.

” His name: Steven Paul Judd. He’s Kiowa and Choctaw, and a celebrated artist. Judd is also a filmmaker. His yet-to-be-released short film, Ronnie BoDean, stars veteran actor Wes Studi as the “worst babysitter ever.” In the meantime, enjoy nine of Judd’s pieces that are so awesome sauce they should be bottled and sold at the concession stand.

1. That one time when some spacecrafts came creepin’ in.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

2. That one time you learned the devastating news.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

3. That one time Judd in his mocs drew a fox, and with a cat in a hat he made art just like that.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

4. That one time SIOUXperman finally let his hair grow.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

5. That one time Min-dians giggled and plotted their way into your feed.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

6. That one time art imitated life.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

7. That one time the Red Ranger finally discovered his true talent.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

8. That one time Judd showed Banksy how to do it.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

9. That one time Judd celebrated Native American women in film, as they should be.

From 'Tlicho Naowo: The Return of the Spirit,' story by Richard Van Camp, illustrated by Nicholas Burns.

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