Surreal Light Illustrations


We’ve been huge fans of Yau Hoong Tang ever since we laid eyes on his clever negative space illustrations. Recently, he put together a set of surreal light illustrations that are equally, if not more inspiring, for their thoughtful execution.

“Light is responsible for the sense of sight,” he tells us. “For thousands of years, human have different theories of light: light is symbolic, spiritual, mysterious, religious and many more. I think the reason why light is fascinating is that we can see it and yet it is intangible. It’s already surreal to me in its own form.”





Yau Hoong Tang’s website
via [Behance]





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