Sol Lewitt, has been a huge influence on the aesthetic inclinations of visual artists, designers, and consumers, in his role as the “father” of minimalist conceptual art. 

Working alongside peers such as Robert Mangold and Dan Flavin, Lewitt defined an aesthetic of minimalism that can be seen in fields all throughout the world of creative design. 

The Zanerobe Gridlock sweat, is a fine example of the influence of the minimalist work of Sol Lewitt.

The Gridlock Sweat, comes in white, or white, and has a front pouch pocket for your hands and anything else you may want to stash in there.

An extended fit along the torso makes this pullover stand out from the pack, and the quilted squares pattern is a simple way to add some texture to a look, as well as taking a basic piece and elevating it into something special.

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