Photographer Adds Paper Cutouts To Give His Images A Whole New Look


Rich McCor likes to share his unique perspective on life with his Instagram followers.  He adds a creative flair to his photographs by adding paper cut-outs into his photos of famous places.  He’s based throughout Europe and shows off some of the more famous spots that tourists like to go. See how this photographer adds paper cutouts to give his images a whole new look.

1. A romantic sunset stroll

The sun is shining, but on this couple underneath the umbrella, it’s as if they’re walking through a thunderstorm, next to this lovely fountain.

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2. Double sea-gulls

Can you tell which seagull is real and which is fake?  We love how it looks like they’re flying together. 

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3. Surfing at Somerset house

This is where royalty lives– but for this girl on the surfboard, the palace garden’s fountains are her favorite place to be.

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4. St. Paul’s Cathedral

Rich calls this one sundae service at St. Pauls.  It does turn that building into a perfect sundae, doesn’t it?  Could anyone go for some ice cream right about now?

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5. The Globen Building in Stockholm, Sweden

See that building off in the distance that looks like a golf ball?  That’s the Globen building and it has the world’s largest scale model of the solar system.  Sounds pretty epic to us!

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6. The London Eye

The London eye looks even better as a bicycle.  We’d ride that bike for sure.

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7. England sunset

The Queen of England has been reigning for a long time now!  And a gorgeous London sunset only makes her silhouette look even more regal.

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8. Covent Garden

We love how he turned this cloud of balloons into the balloons that held up the house from the movie, Up. It’s everyone’s favorite.

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9. De Gooyer

This is the largest wooden mill in the Netherlands– and also a perfect way to start the day with some tic-tac-toe.  And it looks like the O’s won!

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10. Ceiling at the Maritime museum

This awesome ceiling is meant to look like a fishing net– but we think it works pretty well as a spider web too.

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11. Iconic figures

This cutout of movie director Quentin Tarantino is an homage to his love for the Netherlands. Each of his movies has a reference to the area that he loves so much.

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12. Arc de Triomphe

We love this Lego top that becomes part of this iconic arc that was a symbol of the end of WWI.

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13. The Little Mermaid

We love this rendition of the little mermaid with her selfie stick in hand, ready to capture herself perched atop a rock.

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14. Riding across the coffee rings

Coffee rings make perfect bicycle wheels for this girl who’s riding across the map.

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15. Copenhagen, Denmark

Fall is on its way to the area with the most beautiful array of leaves.

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16. Montmartre

Turning your perspective a little can make it seem like this ninja really is kicking this building down.

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17. Mona Lisa

Here she sits atop the Louvre in Paris. 

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18. The Eiffel Tower

But here it’s reimagined as an oil tower and we’re pretty impressed by that!

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19. Catedral Notre Dame

Rumor has it, there really was a hunchback of Notre Dame.

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20. Paris, France

This shot is a reminder of the first trans-atlantic flight done by Charles Lindbergh from New York to Paris.

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21. London, UK

This marks the glory of a perfect fall day.

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