Paper Cutouts Transform Famous Landmarks In These Brilliant Works of Art

This will make you smile. 

British artist Rich McCor (aka Paperboyo) is making playful images using cleverly-placed paper cutouts. Travelling the world visiting famous sights, his work is the perfect balance between travel and tricks, and a sweet treat to the eye. 

Spot familiar places and landscapes, and have a giggle over his cheeky creations below. 

I’ve had an incredible variety of experiences this year from shooting ocean sunrises with pro-photographers to climbing rooftops with daredevils and it’s all because of the opportunities Instagram has opened up for me. So in the spirit of collaboration I’m chuffed to be teaming up with the folks from @visit.dubai as part of the Here Today, Dubai Tomorrow campaign to offer a very cool opportunity to a UK photographer. We want to bring someone out to Dubai in October alongside myself and a group of hugely talented instagrammers. It’s going to be an epic trip- a chance to share ideas, shoot some awesome photos and check out everything amazing that Dubai has to offer. We’re after someone with a creative eye who can capture moments in their own unique way so if you know someone tag them here (or tag yourself if you’re up for the challenge). All you need to do is capture a photo of wherever you are in your own style, then upload it with the hashtags #DubaiTomorrow & #InstagramComp. For those that aren’t budding photographers but like the idea of getting a unique perspective on Dubai- head down to Waterloo station between 4th-11th or check out dubaitomorrow.com to have some fun with virtual reality as well as having the chance to win holidays to Dubai (All the T&C’s for the comp are on the website) #London #Dubai #TheShard #Desert #Camels #Sunrise #Silhouette #Paperart #PhotoComp #Spon #Paper #Photography #StopReadingTheseHashtagsAndGoTakeAPhotoForTheCompetition

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