Artist Cleverly Transforms Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

London-based photographer Rich McCor has created a series of funny and clever photos that transform European landmarks into spectacular and amusing vignettes. Scroll down to see the best examples of his work!

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

Using paper cutout to transform a landmark.

16 thoughts on “Artist Cleverly Transforms Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts”

  1. Those who don’t understand Art are most likely Rednecks or Corporate toilet wash.

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  2. @Impressed but…

    Then it would look edited and it wouldn’t be as impressive. Sorry if i missed a joke or reference

  3. How do they focus the camera on something close and far away at the same time? I don’t think this is possible??

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