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런던에서 활동중인 종이예술가 Rich McCor이 자신의 인스타그램에 올인 최근 작이다.
세계적인 명물 랜드마크가 귀여운 장난감이 되어 보는이들을 즐겁게하는 그 손재주가 놀랍다.
Seeing is believing ? or so they say. But have you ever seen the Eiffel Tower transformed into a butterfly, Big Ben turned into a giant wristwatch, or Michelangelo’s David being forced to cover up with a pair of Calvin Klein boxer shorts?
Welcome to the world of Rich McCor, who has become an Instagram sensation thanks to his witty takes on some of the world’s most recognisable landmarks using nothing but a sheet of black paper and a pair of scissors.
Rich came up with his idea on a red double-decker London bus. But his early creations proved so popular on social media that he has now travelled the globe to superimpose his paper templates on structures such as the Colosseum in Rome, Rio’s Christ the Redeemer and famous landscapes such as Loch Ness for a new book, Around The World in Cut-Outs.
FREEWHEELING: The term ‘upcycling’ is taken to a new level with this miniature bike used to transform the London Eye
HIDDEN DEPTHS: The Loch Ness Monster is alive ? if a little smaller than previously believed
EYEFUL TOWER: Ever thought you’d see this Paris icon dressed as Madame Butterfly?
BROTHERLY LOVE: Titanic’s ‘I’m flying’ scene is recreated with a paper Leonardo DiCaprio and Christ the Redeemer in Rio
COVER UP: David’s blushes have been spared with tiny boxer shorts
ABOUT FACE: Big Ben tower is now a handy wristwatch
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