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Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World

London-based photographer Rich McCor aka paperboyo travels the world giving innovative updates to buildings, bridges, and signs throughout using simple paper cutouts. By placing a black design from the foreground of the picture, London‘s Tower Bridge is immediately modified into a looping roller coaster, and a Canadian construction miraculously appears like a lengthy accordion. Although a lot of McCor’s pictures participate with architectural elements, the paper artist also makes use of the natural surroundings as a creative backdrop for his paper functions. Recently he published a book based on his cutout journeys, titled Around the World in Cut-Outs. You can view more of his photographic collages on Instagram.

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

Artist Uses Paper Cutouts to Transform Landmarks Across the World -paper cut, paper, gohome

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