Amazing neon-lighted streets of Tokyo pictures were getting taken from a creative art director’s eye. It’s like looking at Bladerunner scenes!
Liam Wong is an art director for Ubisoft, but when his work is finished in the daytime, he wents at night to the neon streets of Tokyo to take eye-catching pictures.
The pictures Liam catches appear to be incredible and are just like neon-lighted street photos used right from the art video games he creates.
Liam Wong reveals his images on Instagram and how exactly where his huge collection displays just how technology is taken all over the city’s constructions and panoramas.
His images catch realism, which usually is similar to the roads discovered in “Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner” by way of roadways filled with fluorescents and blinking LEDs.
Take a closer look at his “Neon Lighted Streets of Tokyo.”
You can see from his work more here.
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Neon Lighted Streets in Blade Runner (1982)