Yoskay Yamamoto & APPortfolio to Release 'Buoyant Moon' Sculpture

Made of Japanese soft vinyl.

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Japanese artist Yoskay Yamamoto is known for his surrealistic works that blend iconic pop characters with traditional Japanese elements. Yamamoto has once again joined forces with APPortfolio to release his first-ever sofubi (Japanese soft vinyl) sculpture entitled Buoyant Moon. The limited edition artwork is billed as a “healing art piece,” portraying a sleeping moon character atop a sculpted bed of clouds and sized at 28 centimeters tall.

Buoyant Moon will officially release on APPortfolio’s website this December 23 for $122 USD. In related stories, take a look at this week’s best art drops.

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