Artist Yoskay Yamamoto Paints New Mural at Washington and National in Culver City

Artist Yoskay Yamamoto has painted a new mural at the Branded Arts Building at National and Washington in Culver City. 

The piece has some great details:

When I took these pictures this morning, it was a bit overcast. But as Branded Arts Building curator Warren Brand pointed out to me when I spoke to him, Yamamoto likes to use metallic paint, so depending on the time of day and the angle of the sun, this one should really shine.

Yamamoto is represented by LeBasse Projects, the same Culver City gallery that also represents Branded Arts muralists Herakut and Andrew HemHere are a couple of Yamamoto's fine art works, for context:

Read my interview with Warren Brand HERE.

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