- What was the last lesson you learnt?
The comfort of wearing sneakers to the club.
- Do you have any current obsessions?
- Who do you like to follow on instagram?
- How's your work/life balance going?
Actually pretty good! I feel like that's not something I can always say. I've just got back from holiday and work isn't too crazy so it's allowing me to process all the new things I've seen and giving me time to focus on what I want to do.
Anna Sudit is a New York based illustrator and designer.
- What are you up to work-wise this week?
I've actually just started to work on a very big, very exciting project with one of my closest friends. If all goes well - NYC has got something very cool coming in 2017. I'm also art directing a shoot for Refinery29 tomorrow and my creative director - who is someone I really admire - is one of the models, so I'm a bit nervous but mostly excited.
- Do you have any good social tips of restaurants/bars you've been to recently in your city?
Lately I've been going lots to Ramona in Greenpoint for drinks. They've got really good cocktails and a great set up for a nice sit down and chat. It's even better in the summer with outdoor seating. For restaurants - Takahachi is a favorite of mine.
- What are you listening to - music/podcasts?
The new Solange album A Seat At The Table has been on repeat since it came out (listening as I type). I'm still listening to Blonde (Frank Ocean) too.
- Best place you've travelled to this year?
Berlin and Copenhagen.
- When was the last time you fucked up?
This is a hard question... I def. fucked up when I set my eyes on a specific key chain in Stockholm and thought that I would find something better later on so I didn't get it...I never ended up finding something better :(
- What would you like to read about in the next issue of Riposte?
I enjoy reading about people's personal history, especially in the format of an interview. I'd love to read about creative women and how their backgrounds and things they were into growing up shaped them into the creative brains they are today.