tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o1_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o2_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o3_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o4_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o5_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o6_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o7_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o8_1280 tumblr_n78ecyAQs81rlaql2o9_1280In his largest artwork to date, Chinese artist Yang Yongliang just unveiled From the New World, a sprawling digital collage depicting an overpopulated, futuristic landscape completely overrun with construction, debris, and high-rise skyscrapers. The new artwork is a continuation of Yongliang’s ongoing commentary about the devastating effects of unchecked development and industrialization through the use of dense, photography-based collage. From the New World measures almost 26 feet wide (800cm) by 13 feet tall, and while it’s impossible to truly appreciate it online, you can see many more detail shots over on his website.