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Justin Belmont's 'Plaid Please' Collection Features Digitally Painted Photos

 - Sep 3, 2010   Updated: Aug 17 2011
References: notagallery & refinery29
Justin Belmont of NotAGallery.com has created a series of art called 'Plaid Please.' Each piece of work in the series is a digitally painted photograph of a men's shirt. It is an UltraChrome print with hand-painted acrylic gloss.

Within the collection are both vintage and new plaid patterns. Each plaid print can relate to anyone's style. Hints of preppy, hipster, classic or lumberjack are within each piece -- whichever pretty plaid artwork it is, it would undoubtedly spice up any ol' room.

Implications - Justin Belmont’s 'Plaid Please' collection takes an image and digitally paints a men's shirt on it. According to Not a Gallery, "Justin Belmont, conceived the idea when he spotted his brother's old, worn plaid shirts at the bottom of a closet."