London Artist Transforms Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

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London-based artist Rich McCor uses paper cutouts to playfully ‘edit’ the surroundings around him. In McCor’s hands, the Arc de Triomphe becomes a Lego man, the London Eye – the front wheel of a bicycle, and the Eiffel Tower – a butterfly.

McCor has over 245k followers on Instagram that are fascinated about his cutouts. Lonely Planet even sponsored a part of his trip around Europe so he could continue his work! We’ve gathered our favorite transformations in this list below. Have a look for yourself!

#1. Leaning Tower of Pisa, Pisa

#2. The Eiffel Tower, Paris

#3. Colosseum, Rome

#4. The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen

#5. Christ the Redeemer, Rio De Janeiro

#6. London Eye, London

#7. Trafalgar Square, London

#8. Arc de Triomphe, Paris

#9. Tower Bridge, London

#10. Torre Agbar, Barcelona

#11. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai

#12. Montmatre, Paris

#13. The Louvre Museum, Paris

#14. Big Ben, London

#15. Af Chapman, Stockholm

#16. Place de la Liberté, Toulon

#17. St Paul’s, London

#18. Rådhuset Metro, Stockholm

#19. Tower Bridge, London

#20. Sherlock Holmes Statue, London

#21. Al Meydan Bridge, Dubai

#22. Cirkelbroen, Copenhagen

#23. St George’s Wharf, London

#24. Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai

#25. Maritime Museum, Amsterdam

#26. Somerset House, London

#27. The Korean Bell of Friendship, Los Angeles