Short And Funny Comics By Malaysian Artist Tang Yau Hoong – Design You Trust

Short And Funny Comics By Malaysian Artist Tang Yau Hoong

Tang Yau Hoong is a Malaysian graphic designer who claims to be an illustrator by day and a comic artist by night. The man has over ten years of experience, and when he’s not busy working with international clients, he creates short comics that always end in an unexpected twist you won’t see coming.

“Life is a wonderful journey and I believe it is all about perspective,” says Tang. “If we change the way we look at things the things we look at could change.”

Check out a collection of his short funny comics here, here, here and here, and in the gallery below!

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