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Neo Tokyo inspiration - mixing the old in with the new, traditional Japanese buildings shown down at the ground level in amidst the bright street lights from all the street vendors and businesses. Set to a backdrop of towering sky-scrappers plunging into the darkness, the contrasting lights from the offices in the towers appear like stars in the night sky.

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Neo Tokyo inspiration - mixing the old in with the new, traditional Japanese buildings shown down at the ground level in amidst the bright street lights from all the street vendors and businesses. Set to a backdrop of towering sky-scrappers plunging into

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A dark blue city ascends into the sky by feng zhu. Traditional architecture survives into the future as massive structures are built around it.

Liam Wong injects a unique cyberpunk flavour into his images, casting a light upon the dark corners and back alleys that twist throughout Tokyo. His photographs manage to precisely capture the dynamism of the bustling city lit by bright neon signs and artificial lights, making one question the reality depicted in each photograph. With a distinct futuristic feel, most of Wong’s portfolio gives the sense that you were dropped into the middle of a stylish video game set in Japan’s animated…

Photographer Gets Lost in the Beauty of Tokyo's Neon Streets at Night

jedavu: “ Photographer Gets Lost in the Beauty of Tokyo’s Neon Streets at Night Liam Wong injects a unique cyberpunk flavour into his images, casting a light upon the dark corners and back alleys that.

Fragments of a Hologram Dystopia

ArtStation - Petaling Street in year Takashi Tan Don't tell me this is not Cyberpunk. I think we're getting a sense of how the Net city ghettos look like. No offense Chinatown.

Fanart of Neo Tokyo / cyberpunk / sci fi city lights

Fanart of NeoTokyo from AKIRA, Akira was a major inspiration for me, Otomo explained in an interview that Akira is not a character piece but a world peice and that changed my mindset for the kinds of stories that can be told, and got me to see Neo Tokyo

Daniel Dociu: “Crossroads” from an unannounced title, developed by Arenanet and published by Ncsoft

The Best Of Game Design Is Celebrated At Into the Pixel 2013

Crossroads digital sci-fi illustration Into the Pixel winner) by NCsoft artist tinfoil (Daniel Dociu) of Seattle, Washington!

The Neon Glow of Tokyo’s Nightlife Captured by Liam Wong

The Neon Glow of Tokyo’s Nightlife Captured by Liam Wong (Colossal)

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