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Artist Transforms The World’s Iconic Landmarks Using Paper Cut-Outs

Artist Transforms The World’s Iconic Landmarks Using Paper Cut-Outs

When most people look at some of the world’s most famous landmarks, they admire the scenery, snapping a photo or two. But when artist Rich McCor visits, he sees a half-finished picture.

McCor, who goes by @paperboyo on Instagram, transforms the world’s most iconic locations using handmade paper cut-outs, creating cartoon-like tableaus that have earned him more than 300,000 followers.

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Armed with only construction paper, scissors, his camera and a very vivid imagination, he’s visited London, Toronto and South Korea, with the Tower Bridge, University of Toronto and iconic CN Tower all getting the cut-out treatment.

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McCor’s work is so popular he’s published a book, Around the World in Cut-Outs. It’s available to purchase on Amazon.

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