When World’s Landscapes Meet Playful Paper Cut-Outs from Rich McCor
As an avid traveler, photographer Rich McCor (aka paperboyo) has been many places around the world. He didn’t only take photos of famous landmarks along his trip, he actually cleverly mergerd them with some simple paper cutouts. By placing a black design in the foreground of his image, London’s Tower Bridge is instantly transformed into a looping roller coaster and London Eye becomes bike’s front tire. Buildings, bridges, and even signs can transform to something unexpect with his creative paper silhouette cut-outs.
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You can see more of his photographic collages on Instagram. And if you are interested in collecting his work, McCor has recently published a book entitled “Around the World in Cut-Outs“. It’s full of his clever creations and is currently available on Amazon.
1. Tower Bridge, London
2. CN tower, Toronto
3. The Namcheon Bridge, South Korea
4. University of Toronto Faculty of Law
5. Brooklyn Bridge
6. Grand Hyatt New York
7. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
8. Obonjan, Croatia
10. London Eye
11. Eiffel Tower