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Famous landmarks transformed using paper cutouts are freaking awesome to look at

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It’s always to good to come across creative forms of art and learn something from it. Rich McCor, a photographer, told Bored Panda,

Recently, my geeky hobby photography went viral. Since then I’ve taken some more photos in and around London and also on trips away to Malta and Dublin.

When more people started following my Instagram, I had loads of messages from people asking for ideas and tips on how to create photos in the way I do. So I decided that I would create a cut-out kit, filled with pre-made cut-outs that were designed so that people could use them anywhere to create their own quirky photos. I launched a Kickstarter campaign to create these kits (as well as make my images available on postcards). It would be fantastic if the kits help to ignite people’s interest in photography and help to look at landscapes and architecture differently.

For more info, you can visit his Instagram or the website: kickstarter.com

Here are those freakishly creative pictures:

Salt Pans, Gozo

The Siege Bell Memorial, Malta

Azure Window, Gozo

Notre Dame, Paris

Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin

Waters Of The Blue Lagoon, Gozo

Louvre, Paris

New York To Paris

Poolbeg Chimneys, Dublin

Covent Garden, London

The 02/Millennium Dome, London

The Spire, Dublin

Covent Garden, London

Covent Garden, London

Some of the Kickstarter Cut-Out kits

A microbiologist turned Public Relations manager turned blogger, I live to cherish the awesomeness life showers daily. After trying my hands on Microbiology, advertising, journalism, marketing and Public Relations, I have now stagnated to my first ever love, writing. When I’m not writing, editing or watching sitcoms, you can find me eating chocolates.

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