Plaids Please! We’re Loving These Affordable Works Of Art

We told you about Not A back in July, and our crush still hasn't faded. If anything, it might be turning into l-o-v-e with their newest series of affordable art—Plaids Please! And, lest you're getting visions of Issey Miyake, these UltraChrome prints with hand-painted acrylic gloss are pure Americana—think vintage, lumberjack flannels, preppy madras, and colors a peacock would be proud to call his own. Not A's Creative Director, Justin Belmont, conceived the idea when he spotted his brother's old, worn plaid shirts at the bottom of a closet; Inspired, he then scavenged patterns from thrift stores and friends to inject a pack of pop punch into tried-and-true iconography. The result is art that's not too pricey ($249-699) but not generic—each piece is a limited-edition of 125—that will update any room the second it hits the wall.
If you want to scope out the art in person, visit Not A's pop-up location, or visit Tenet, where Belmont's art is currently on display.
Not A Gallery at the Bull's Head Barn, 2546 Montauk Highway (enter on Sag Harbor Turnpike, behind the Old Bull's Head Inn); Bridgehampton.
Tenet, 91 Main Street (near Nugent Street); Southampton; 908-400-5628

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