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Going by the name paperboyo, Instagrammer Rich McCor has developed a unique style of photography that uses paper cutouts to interact with European landmarks

British photographer uses paper cutouts to cheekily transform European landmarks

Creative Thinking and Century Learning: Rich McCor has developed a unique style of photography that uses paper cutouts to interact with European landmarks

This one has been the most tricky one to do so far in the series. Whilst I took this a lady asked to see the photo and just said "wow", which I thought was sweet #housesofparliament #westminsterpalace #bigben #travel #adventure #instaphoto #theglobewanderer #lonelyplanet #passionpassport #lifeofadventure @discoverearth #london #instalondon #bbcbritain #lovegreatbritain #visitengland #huffpostgram #londonlive #timeoutlondon #visitlondon #westminster #sketch #illustration #paper #paperart…

British photographer uses paper cutouts to cheekily transform European landmarks

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Guy Transforms Famous Landmarks With Paper Cutouts (94 Photos)

British collage of cutouts and real sites Rich McCor, a British photographer, was inspired by a combination of art and real-life landscapes, making collages of cutouts and local landmarks in London. Check out these creations from Rich McCor!

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Rich McCor is a London-based photographer who sees his city and other global landmarks a bit differently than the rest of us. With properly placi.

This picture can never be found in China. This history was hided by media and government.  A man was standing in front of tanks to stop them attracting people. http://timesofnews.co/2012/12/06/when-should-photographers-drop-their-cameras-2/

Tank Man - Photo of an anonymous man who stood in front of a column of tanks on June the morning after the Chinese military had suppressed the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 by force.

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