collage 2

Este artista transforma lugares emblemáticos en obras de arte utilizando papel

Personajes de ficción, animales y hasta novias aparecen en sus creaciones.

Rich McCor, un fotógrafo que vive en Londres, se dedica a viajar por el mundo para convertir sus fotografías en auténticas obras de arte. McCor capta imágenes de los lugares más emblemáticos de cada ciudad para darles un toque personal con mucha imaginación y creatividad. El artista crea figuras de papel para añadirlas a sus fotografías consiguiendo un resultado realmente asombroso.

1. Restaurante en Phoenix

2. El puente de las dos Torres, Londres

3. La Torre Eiffel

So the Paperboyo book is on sale tomorrow! Why buy it? Well it’s full of exclusive photos (including scenes from Scotland, Brazil, South Korea, Portugal & Others). It’s got my favourite stories & facts from all of the places I’ve been as well as some insights into my creative process. There’s also a bunch of behind the scenes images and we’ve dedicated a few pages at the back to the failed photos- the ones that didn’t go to plan! There’s even an interactive element in the book for you to go & take some of your own photos in my style. The main reason though is that it’s a book that will inspire you to you see the world a little differently, to look around a little longer, to ponder, to wonder & most of all to get out there and go explore 🌍 Pre-Order right now by clicking the link in my bio.

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 4 de Oct de 2017 a la(s) 4:28 PDT

4. El Coliseo Romano

This week my book ‘Around the World in Cut-Outs’ is available to buy! It’s taken two years to compile, countless timezone hops & plenty of off the wall thinking. I think you might like it! It’s out on Thursday 5th October but you can pre-order it right now via the link in my bio. Literally, right now.

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 2 de Oct de 2017 a la(s) 10:24 PDT

5. Toronto

I’ve got a few more Toronto images to share with you all. This one, with the CN tower, might just be my new favourite photo. The evening I took this I was on the only boat on the water as the sky danced through a spectrum of colours, each colour change transforming the water around me as well as the skyline ahead. The boat’s skipper & I snapped away on our cameras, only stopping to whisper ‘wow’ as another colour came to the palette. I was in my element, but it was only with a bit of luck and a dash of Canadian friendliness that I’d managed to get here. I was in Toronto in June, when the islands were closed due to floods so the ferries weren’t running & the water taxis were finishing in the middle of the afternoons. I’d walked down to the harbour to see if I could get out on the water for sunsets but was greeted with headshakes. Eventually I managed to turn one of those headshakes into a nod and so I have to give a shoutout to @infinitywatertaxitoronto, you’re a legend. Thanks for showing me one of the very best sunsets I’ve seen in all of my adventures #ExploreCanada #MyCanadianAffair @ExploreCanada @airtransat #Toronto #CNTower

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 19 de Sep de 2017 a la(s) 10:44 PDT

6. Town Hall, Bruselas

The evenings might be getting shorter, but the sunsets are still beautiful 💛 #mybrussels #prpl @nativenationeu

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 6 de Sep de 2017 a la(s) 10:46 PDT

7. Universidad de Toronto

When I see architecture like this, I respond accordionly #ExploreCanada #MyCanadianAffair @ExploreCanada @airtransat

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 28 de Ago de 2017 a la(s) 9:23 PDT

8. Big Ben, Londres

“So come with me, where dreams are born, and time is never planned” J.M.Barrie #WHPadventure

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 20 de Ago de 2017 a la(s) 9:05 PDT

9. City Hall, Londres

10. Grand Hyatt, Nueva York

When I look in your eyes, and you’re looking back in mine, everything feels not quite normal, because I feel stronger, and weaker at the same time. I feel excited, and at the same time, terrified. The truth is I don’t know what to feel, except I know what kind of man I want to be. _______________________________________________________ Sheldon, that was beautiful. _______________________________________________________ I should hope so, that’s from the first Spider-Man movie. _______________________________________________________✌🏻Thanks to the awesome team from @grandhyattnyc for the rooftop tour, I love that you guys embrace having such a cool space and share it with your guests. More hotels should make use of their rooftops #nyc #newyork #livinggrandnyc #spiderman #bigbangtheory #sheldoncooper

Una publicación compartida de paperboyo (@paperboyo) el 16 de Jul de 2017 a la(s) 5:08 PDT