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A paper trail of London: Artist remodels most iconic landmarks using clever cutouts

Londoner Rich McCor has turned the London Eye into a bicycle, Big Ben into a watch and the Trafalgar Square lions into playful kittens. And the 28-year-old, who works for a creative agency, does it all with nothing more than paper and a pair of scissors. Using just intricately-designed cut outs, this innovative artist has impressively transformed some of the capital’s most familiar sights into his own celebrated brand of quirky artwork.

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Big Ben, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

London Eye, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

Arc de Triomphe, Paris

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

Af Chapman, Stockholm

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

Trafalgar Square, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

St George’s Wharf, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

Tower Bridge, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts

St Paul’s, London

Famous Landmarks Using Paper Cutouts