This Photographer Is Transforming Famous Landmarks With Paper Cutouts

What can you do with a little spare time and some paper? Just ask photographer Rich McCor. He has changed the face of many national landmarks by adding some paper to the mix.

McCor uses his creative cutting skills to craft detailed paper forms, which places strategically on well-known landmarks. The paper completely changes your perspective on the scenes.

According to his blog post on Bored Panda, it all began with turning Big Ben into a wrist watch. McCor set out to “transform the world” and this he has truly done, one photo at a time.

Here’s a small taste of his work, and join his other 186,000+ followers on Instagram to see them all.

If you have time to do only one thing in Hong Kong, come up here to The Peak. If you have time to do many things, put coming up here at the top of your list. Take the famous tram ride up the hill from Central and then head into here, The Peak Tower. Climb up to the top and you’ll find a viewing terrace which overlooks the Island. It’s from up here that you can take the classic Hong Kong photo of the city’s skyscrapers nestled between the gap in the mountains @DiscoverHongKong #ThePeak #HongKong #HK #HKIG #HongKongLife #JunkShip #Ship #Boat #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #VictoriaPeak #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #ArchitectureLovers #ArchitecturePorn #Architecture #Wanderlust #Cityscape #Illusion #Photography

A photo posted by Rich McCor ?? (@paperboyo) on May 10, 2016 at 4:22am PDT

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