Public Art Subcommittee to Meet – Sept. 14

The Public Art Subcommitee will meet on Thursday, September 14, 2023 at 6:00 pm in the Patio Conference Room  at 9770 Culver Blvd., Third Floor Culver City to consider “a permanent art project by Yoskay Yamamoto at 10301-10395 Jefferson Blvd.” 

Born and raised in Toba, Japan. Yoskay moved to the United States at the age of 15. A self-trained illustrator, Yamamoto’s artistic tastes expanded as he fell in love with the urban culture of the West Coast. Yamamoto discovered a way to fuse the two different cultural backgrounds together into his work. Yamamoto nostalgically blends pop iconic characters from his new Western home with traditional and mythical Japanese elements, balancing his Asian heritage with urban pop art.

The project site consists of one parcel, totaling 164,629 square feet (3.78 acres), developed with multiple single story commercial buildings. The scope includes modifications to an existing business office complex including additional new floor areas within the interior building area, and new exterior landscaping and patio areas. It also includes site improvements including parking stackers and modification to the existing parking layout.

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Photo – Yoskay Yamamoto


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