New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement (8 pics)




London-based photographer  Rich McCor , or paperboyo ( previously ) travels across the globe giving creative updates to buildings, bridges, and signs through the use of 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 a Canadian building miraculously appears like a lengthy accordion. Although many of McCor’s pictures engage with architectural elements, the paper artist also makes use of the natural environment as a creative backdrop for his paper works. Recently he published a book based on his cutout journeys, titled Around the World in Cut-Outs . You can see more of his photographic collages on  Instagram .

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement

New Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo' Turn Landmarks Across the Globe Into Scenes of Temporary Amusement




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