Artist creatively adds to some of the world’s most recognizable structures.
Yes, they are a bit tongue-in-cheek paper cutouts, but are really a cut above the rest. The world is full of famous landmarks that you can’t fail to notice when you travel, from Big Ben in London, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Statue of Liberty in New York to Sydney’s Opera House, these are some of the world’s most renowned landmarks. But to quirky artist Rich McCor, these landmarks offer a unique chance for some spectacular and amusing artwork.
The Londoner has extensively traveled the world capturing photos of these landmarks only to impressively transform them into whimsical artworks using intricately-designed cutouts.
“By combining photography, creativity and my paper-cutting skills, I came up with the idea of looking at famous landmarks and transforming them in a different way,” he says.
McCor admits that most of his creations are pretty basic with very few turning out to be a little bit tricky. We particularly love the way McCor turned the statue of Julius Caesar that’s located outside the iconic Caesars Palace Hotel in Las Vegas into a Selfie stick-brandishing sightseer.
Move over to his Instagram and find a whole bunch of other cool paper cutouts.