In a city where the skyline is all, artist and photographer Rich McCor uses paper cutouts to alter the iconic sights of London. Using playful cutouts imposed on the landmarks of London, McCor gives new meaning to the likes of the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Simple but effective, the tongue-in-cheek cutouts brings a new emphasis to a London landscape whose sights have been captured from every angle, in every filter imaginable.
Since starting his London project, the photographer has collaborated with Lonely Planet to bring his charming cutout scenes to cities including Copenhagen, Paris, Stockholm and Amsterdam. Follow him on Instagram.