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March 25 2017

15:07

Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Transform World Landmarks into Quirky Scenes

London-based paper artist and photographer Rich McCor (aka. paperboyo) has a way of seeing the world from a slightly different perspective. By adding a simple paper cutout to the foreground of famous buildings or other popular tourist attractions, he creates novel moments in time where an octopus squirms from inside the Colosseum or a WW2-era sailor embraces the Leaning Tower of Pisa in reference to the famous photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt. McCor makes frequent mentions to pop culture by recreating scenes from films or by repurposing works from other artists. To see what he dreams up next you can join his near quarter million followers on Instagram. (via Creators Project)

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March 24 2017

heroine88
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Mina.....
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silly-slacker-person:

Do they just inch over when the sun moves?

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March 25 2017

15:07

Paper Cutouts by ‘Paperboyo’ Transform World Landmarks into Quirky Scenes

London-based paper artist and photographer Rich McCor (aka. paperboyo) has a way of seeing the world from a slightly different perspective. By adding a simple paper cutout to the foreground of famous buildings or other popular tourist attractions, he creates novel moments in time where an octopus squirms from inside the Colosseum or a WW2-era sailor embraces the Leaning Tower of Pisa in reference to the famous photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt. McCor makes frequent mentions to pop culture by recreating scenes from films or by repurposing works from other artists. To see what he dreams up next you can join his near quarter million followers on Instagram. (via Creators Project)

Reposted fromcuty cuty
heroine88
15:06
4141 a950 500
Reposted fromintotheblack intotheblack viaxannabelle xannabelle
10:47
Linework/geometric deer and mountains design by raw
Reposted fromcuty cuty
heroine88
10:45
8512 8fd0
Reposted frommartynkowa martynkowa viaoll oll
10:45
1360 c9ab 500
Reposted fromidiod idiod viaoll oll

March 24 2017

heroine88
18:57
1041 51cf 500
Mina.....
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heroine88
18:37
0768 28e8 500
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heroine88
18:37
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18:36
2747 e3f1 500

silly-slacker-person:

Do they just inch over when the sun moves?

heroine88
18:37
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