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The Colorful Conceptual & Pop 3D Artworks by Kota Yamaji

Kota Yamaji is a Japanese digital artist based in Tokyo. Fascinated by computer graphics and video editing, Kota creates his own pop and surreal world.

His concept is all about playing with different objects and characters, using strong colors and repeating patterns, that create linear structures and ergonomic spaces. His works are strongly affected by Japanese vibes such as neon lights and pop culture.

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