Instagram Photographer Transforms London Landmarks With Paper Cut-outs

Oct 29th 2015 | london | Written by Will Jamieson

A Londoner photographer has taken Instagram by storm with his unique style of photographing landmarks in London.

Rich McCor aka @paperboyo on Instagram, uses intricate paper cutouts to transform his images of buildings, statues and monuments from around London into playful vignettes and the results are simple, yet striking. Just see for yourself:

 

 

Playing in the fountains at Somerset House. Fun fact- Soon after the Royal Society moved in to Somerset House they identified a new planet in the solar system. It was originally given the name 'Georgium Sidus' (after the King at the time) which is only slightly less ridiculous than the name it eventually ended up with; 'Uranus' #london #somersethouse #creative_camera #bbctravel #photography #instaphoto #fantastic_earth #mytinyatlas #theglobewanderer #ourplanetdaily #letsgosomewhere #passionpassport #lifeofadventure @earthfocus @discoverearth #thisislondon #londonlife #cityoflondon #instalondon #surf #surfing #fountains #travel #sea #lifeofadventure #streetart #instaart #art #silhouette #timeoutlondon #londonlive @londonontheinside #londonforyou

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on Aug 27, 2015 at 8:32am PDT

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