Yoskay YamamotoYoskay Yamamoto is a Japanese self-trained illustrator. He was raised in Toba, Japan. He then moved to United States at 15. His artistic taste expanded when he grew fond with the urban culture of the West Coast. His artworks comprises both Western and Japanese elements, balancing urban pop art and Asian heritage.
Until we meet again (2009)
Fly high (2015)
House of daydreamers (2014)
I like his works because the colours used gives off a "dreamy effect", which is very pleasing to the eyes. The colours used also show brightness.