Source: Todays Gallery Studio Japan’s Industrial Complexes are Like Final Fantasy 7’s Midgar in Real Life 2018-06-13 Wed 2018-06-13 Wed Often branded an eyesore, industrial complexes don’t exactly have the best reputation when it comes to enhancing scenery. However, some Japanese photographers have managed to see past the negative image and expose the beauty in these intimidating structures. Using the hashtag ‘factory night view’ photographers share their breathtaking shots on Twitter, the hulking illuminated complexes giving definite sci-fi vibes. 初☆手持ちで工場夜景*⋆✈︎#工場夜景 #ファインダー越しの私の世界 #写真が好きな人と繋がりたい#NikonD5500 pic.twitter.com/W2fCDaMYSn— ちぃたろ。🐕 (@wanko_QQQ) 8 June 2018 Many commenters noted that the imposing metallic wonderlands are very similar to the city of Midgar in Final Fantasy 7. The pillars and rising smoke put the game’s Mako reactors in mind. You can especially imagine these complex stairways as the scene for a timed mission, running through and hoping not to run into any battles. An exhibition featuring the work of these intrepid photographers will be held at Todays Gallery Studio in Tokyo from 29th June to 22nd July. By - Jess. Source:Todays Gallery Studio / wanko_QQQ Tags: Exhibition / Final Fantasy / Photography / Square Enix / Video Games grape Japan Art Japan’s Industrial Complexes are Like Final Fantasy 7’s Midgar in Real Life Related Article Nighttime Tokyo Photography Colors Modern Metropolis In Pink Footage Shows Abandoned Areas Of Fukushima Being Reclaimed By Nature 7 Years Later Photographers Are Sharing The Beautiful Snowy End To A Special Cherry Blossom Season In Japan Patient Kid Makes Do With Cardboard Nintendo Switch, Until His Dad Pulls A Touching Switch Of His Own This New Giant Kirby Plush Comes With Kirby-Themed Japanese Sweets Is This What Video Game Women Look Like In The Real World?