Art
1,022 Hypes 1 Comments

Advent Calendar Day 15: Victor Solomon 'Moonshot VS. 004' Sculpture

Your chance to own a $2,500 USD porcelain basketball.

This past June, LA-based artist Victor Solomon unveiled his highly-sought-after sculpture entitled Moonshot VS.004 made in collaboration with ceramicist Brock Deboer. To create the fine art piece, the duo produced a porcelain basketball, destroyed it to pieces, and then re-assembled the parts using an ancient Japanese method for ceramic repair called Kintsugi. The artwork is part of Solomon’s ongoing project called “Literally Balling.” Collectively, the Moonshot VS.004 is sized at 9” inches in diameter and arrives with an acrylic stand.

In case you missed the launch, we’re giving one lucky winner the Moonshot VS.004 sculpture as part of this year’s Advent Calendar 2018 installment through our art-dedicated Instagram handle, @HYPEBEASTArt, in partnership with @VictorSolomon.


To enter, simply follow the steps below
1. Follow
Follow @HYPEBEASTArt and @VictorSolomon on Instagram
2. LIKE
Like our Instagram announcement post for this prize.
3. TAG
Tag three friends in the comments section of the Instagram announcement post.

The winners of the Advent Calendar will be announced on December 27.

Open to US Participants only. All prizes won by minors will be awarded to their parents or legal guardians on their behalf.

The maximum number of entries allowed for each daily prize of the Advent Calendar is one (1) per person. You can enter for each daily prize throughout the 25 days. We are not responsible for lost, late, incomplete, invalid, unintelligible, illegible, misdirected or postage-due entries, which will be disqualified.

All participants agree to abide by our website’s terms and condition and these General Contest Rules. By participating in the draw, all participants shall be deemed to have accepted and agreed to comply with the revised terms and conditions of the draw. HYPEBEAST reserves the right to suspend, modify, terminate or amend the terms of this draw without further notice. In case of any dispute, HYPEBEAST reserves the rights of the final decision.

Please allow a minimum of 8 weeks for prize delivery.

General contest rules/disclaimer can be found here.

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

Riusuke Fukahori Unveils New Life-Like Resin Artworks of Goldfish
Art

Riusuke Fukahori Unveils New Life-Like Resin Artworks of Goldfish

As part of a new Joshua Liner Gallery show called “Goldfish Blossoms.”

Lars Netopil Releases New 'Leica Museum' Photo & Guide Book
Art

Lars Netopil Releases New 'Leica Museum' Photo & Guide Book

672 pages relaying the institution’s essential exhibits.

Advent Calendar Day 14: Virgil Abloh x IKEA 'STILL LOADING' Rug
Art

Advent Calendar Day 14: Virgil Abloh x IKEA 'STILL LOADING' Rug

One of four unique versions.

eL Seed To Bring Intricate Calligraphy Works To First UK Solo Exhibit
Art

eL Seed To Bring Intricate Calligraphy Works To First UK Solo Exhibit

New adaptations of the ancient script.

Daniel Arsham to Show "Connecting Time" Exhibition at MOCO Museum
Art

Daniel Arsham to Show "Connecting Time" Exhibition at MOCO Museum

Interdisciplinary artworks that create alternate realities.


"Aggravated" Teenager Destroys Precious Artworks at Denver Art Museum
Art

"Aggravated" Teenager Destroys Precious Artworks at Denver Art Museum

The museum’s director described the incident as “a totally unreasonable, weird thing.”

APPortfolio & PichiAvo to Release 250 Unique Sculptures
Art

APPortfolio & PichiAvo to Release 250 Unique Sculptures

As part of a special edition entitled ‘Hybrid Psyche.’

Advent Calendar Day 13: Daniel Arsham 'CRACKED BEAR' Sculpture
Art

Advent Calendar Day 13: Daniel Arsham 'CRACKED BEAR' Sculpture

Win one of 500 pieces ever made.

Case Studyo & Parra's 'An Apple On The Edge' Sculpture Sold Out In Minutes
Art

Case Studyo & Parra's 'An Apple On The Edge' Sculpture Sold Out In Minutes

Did you get your hands on one?

BlackEyePatch Taps Jiro Konami & SCARS for Japanese Hip-Hop Photography Exhibition
Art

BlackEyePatch Taps Jiro Konami & SCARS for Japanese Hip-Hop Photography Exhibition

Tracing the rappers’ legacy in their native country.

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Adblock Detected.

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. If you enjoy our content, please add us to your adblocker's whitelist. We'd really appreciated it.