Paperboyo

I love the way Rich McMor perceives the world. The paper artist, who also goes by Paperboyo, travels all over the world and creates playful images combining his hand cut, black paper silhouettes with buildings, nature and iconic landmarks. London's Tower Bridge is turned into a volleyball court, a glass of Aperol Spritz is transformed into a skier's playground, and the Guggenheim is topped with a heaping pile of ramen. I can only imagine the patience and precision required to execute these creative compositions - every detail and angle has to be spot on! Brilliant.

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  1. Rena wrote:

    It looks so impressing!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    http://www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  2. This is so cool! Funky! Thanks for sharing….

    Simone xoxo
    http://www.yourstylearchitect.blogspot.com

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  3. Mary wrote:

    What a phenomenal imagination! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I love how playful these are! I was not familiar with his work, but now I’ve got to follow him – the joy of seeing things a little differently 🙂

    xoKaelen | https://darlingmarcelle.com

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