The Monster Building: Photographer Tristan Zhou Captures Epic Photos Of Dystopian Asian Cityscapes

“This is a project I started in early 2019, “The Monster Building” series. Mostly shot on a wide angle lens and then enhanced in post to create a sense of infinity. I’ve always been a huge fan of the idea “distopian”, so I’ve made my own version of it,” he wrote.

Tristan (previously) is an award-winning photographer, videographer and cat lover based in Seattle, WA. Graduated from Shanghai Institute of Visual Art with BFA in Photography and San Francisco Art Institute with BFA in Filmmaking, he is currently working freelance for various people and companies.

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