Artist Uses Paper Cut-Outs To Transform Famous Landmarks Into Something Else Entirely

British photographer Rich McCor uses paper silhouettes to playfully transform famous European landmarks into something else entirely. So the London Eye becomes the front wheel of a bicycle, the Arc de Triomphe becomes the lower body of a Lego man, the Big Ben becomes a wrist watch, and so on. Check it out below.

1. Big Ben, London

Artist Uses Paper Cut-Outs To Transform Famous Landmarks Into Something Else Entirely
British photographer Rich McCor uses paper silhouettes to playfully transform famous European landmarks into something else entirely. So the London Eye becomes the front wheel of a bicycle, the Arc de Triomphe becomes the lower body of a Lego man, the Big Ben becomes a wrist watch, and so on. Check it out below.

1. Big Ben, London

2. Arc de Triomphe, Paris

3. London Eye, London

4. Church of Our Saviour, Copenhagen

5. Montmatre, Paris

6. Statue of Niels Juel, Copenhagen

7. Statue of Eros, London

8. The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen

9. Cirkelbroen, Copenhagen

10. Maritime Museum, Amsterdam

11. Tower Bridge, London

12. De Gooyer Windmill, Amsterdam

13. Somerset House, London

14. Af Chapman, Stockholm

15. For Mad Men fans…

16. Southbank Fountains, London

 

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