Illustrator Scott Uminga stacks hundreds layers to create vibrant landscapes and cityscapes. His geometric style resembles photography by Fong Qi Wei and continues to evolve throughout time.

Uminga gets inspiration from a walk on a rainy night, listening to FM-84, playing Final Fantasy XV, or simply looking through a window. Naturally, this leads to Scott experimenting with a lot of different settings and characters which widens the scope of the artist's work. You just never know what his next image will be about!

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Emre 2 years ago

Nice work. Seems simple and dynamic

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Claire Oliver 2 years ago

This is truly beautiful.

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Nancy Arnold 2 years ago

Beautiful

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Beverly Nunez 2 years ago

mystic

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Carrie Hall 2 years ago

I love this <3 !!!!!

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