Celebrating over a million reposts (and counting) for this typography print of a busy street in Manhattan (above), Moey Hoque has found a fan base that craves his eclectic mix of typography over his original photography. Inspired by his own family’s photos of the bustling city, Moey decided to shoot New York from his own point of view, giving the famous city’s landscapes an ethereal quality rarely found in most film rolls. But what differentiates Moey from the crowd of up and coming photographers is his appreciation for typography and how he masterfully composes it over his photographs, somehow not distracting from the original image. I caught up with Moey recently to discuss his love for his hometown and his work.