My name is A-lee Syed, Pakistani artist and photographer. My profession, I am a UI/UX designer with 5 years of international experience designing digital applications. I love photography and making different kind a artwork that give something new to this vast art world. I love to create compositions, digital art and mixing painting with photos.
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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk
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Michael James Collins
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