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Yoskay Yamamoto Emulates Night Skies with Splattered Canvases

 - Aug 30, 2011
References: yoskay & urhajos.tumblr
What an incredible contrast these Yoskay Yamamoto illustrations have between his subjects and his backgrounds. The seemingly porcelain characters featured in these images may already be difficult for regular artists to execute, but then Yamamoto steps up his game by incorporating these stellar paint splatter backdrops which perfectly emulate the look and feel of a starry night sky.

Yoskay Yamamoto is a self-taught Japanese illustrator and he specializes in harmoniously blending eastern and western influences into his artwork. His work has already been featured in dozens of galleries across the United States.

Implications - Consumers are appreciative of analog artwork because it doesn't rely on the modern convenience of digital art tools to enhance its overall results. This validates human beings as they struggle to be independent from technology. Corporations may consider utilizing analog artwork in promotional campaigns in order to attract consumer attention.