Amazing Cyberpunk And Post-Apocalyptic Urban Landscapes By Justin Leduc – Design You Trust

Amazing Cyberpunk And Post-Apocalyptic Urban Landscapes By Justin Leduc

Justin Leduc is a multi-talented photographer, web developper and digital artist currently based in Toronto, Canada. Justin received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Interactive Media) from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He shoots fantastic urban, abandoned and dystopian urban landscapes.

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