“Alleyways”: Malaysian Nights in Cyberpunk Aesthetics by Ying Chung – Design You Trust

“Alleyways”: Malaysian Nights in Cyberpunk Aesthetics by Ying Chung

Ying Chung is a photographer, based in Penang, Malaysia. He describes his style as “Cyberpunk style photography that focuses on suburban architecture and street shots”. Everything just the way we like it.

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