Page 68 was dog-eared in this week’s Hampton’s Magazine, after seeing the above digital painting by Justin Belmont. It reminded us immediately of this vignette from our own room at the Hampton Showhouse…
Digging a bit deeper into Belmont’s work, we discovered an amazing resource for truly affordable art being sold both online and as a pop-up shop this summer at Tenet in Southampton. All of Belmont’s pieces use UltraChrome® printing, described as an eco-friendly and archival technology using high density pigments (NO VOCs!). After printing, each piece is hand finished with a clear acrylic gloss (also non-toxic) and mounted onto 2″ thick boards made from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified renewable birch.
Check out an interview with the artist here via Hamptons Magazine!
In addition to being eco-friendly, these pieces are just great (and affordable) graphic pops in any room!
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