Lo que este fotógrafo hace con un trozo de papel te hará ver el mundo de una manera completamente diferente

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Se llama Rich McCor y su cuenta de Instagram nos ha maravillado. Nunca pensamos que se pudieran hacer cosas tan increíbles con una cámara de fotos, unas tijeras y una cartulina negra. Pero él lo ha conseguido: gracias a sus fotos, vemos desde una perspectiva diferente algunos de los lugares más icónicos del mundo.

Como la Estatua de la Libertad, en Nueva York

O el Museo Guggenheim

When Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned by Solomon Guggenheim to design a museum for his art collection, he went a bit over the top with some of his ideas. His original concepts included a super fast glass-tube elevator that would whisk visitors up to the top of the building in moments & an automatic vacuum system in the lobby to constantly clean the dirt brought in by visitors. According to Wright’s widow, he had become increasingly frustrated by the compromises he had been forced to make and although he passed away before the New York Guggenheim opened, she suspected he wouldn’t have attended the opening anyway. However, if you ever visit the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao (designed by Frank Gehry & opened in 1997) you’ll notice that there is a very modern looking glass-tube elevator in there. I like to think this was Gehry’s way of making at least one of Wright’s crazy ideas come to life. For details on the museum itself, check out @lonelyplanet 's app (link in bio) #Guggenheim @Guggenheim #Flowerpot #Flowers #NewYork #NYC #Skyline #SeeYourCity #NYCGo @NYCGo @NYC #InstagramNYC @NewYorkCity #NYCInstantly #nycphotographer #nycblogger #Paper #Paperart #Cityscape #Silhouette @newyork_instagram @newyork #thecreatorsclass #illgrammers #createcommune #photography #doyoutravel #artofvisuals #visualsoflife #travelawesome #architectureporn #newyorker #lonelyplanet #USA #ArchitectureLovers #Museum

Una foto publicada por Rich McCor (@paperboyo) el 29 de May de 2016 a la(s) 11:10 PDT

O el edificio de las Naciones Unidas

Imagine this. You're representing a country that is seeking a permanent place on the security council at the United Nations. You've flown half way around the world to make your very first speech here. It's a big deal. You want to ensure your address to international delegates is as memorable as possible right? Well, a man named SM Krishna managed that...by reading the wrong speech. Somehow the Indian minister read the Portuguese foreign minister's speech & didn't realise they weren't his own words until three minutes in. By that point he'd already given a warm welcome to Portuguese speaking members & discussed the role of the EU. When he finally realised his mistake he calmly put down the piece of paper, picked up the correct speech and started again #UnitedNations #UN #NewYork #NYC #Skyline #SeeYourCity #NYCGo @NYCGo @NYC #InstagramNYC @NewYorkCity #NYCInstantly #Shopping #Handbag #nycnightlife #nycphotographer #nycblogger #Paper #Paperart #Cityscape #Silhouette @newyork_instagram @newyork #thecreatorsclass #illgrammers #createcommune #photography #doyoutravel #artofvisuals #visualsoflife #travelawesome #architectureporn #newyorker #bigapple #USA @unitednations

Una foto publicada por Rich McCor (@paperboyo) el 28 de May de 2016 a la(s) 11:49 PDT

O el Empire State Building

En París, convirtió el Arco del Triunfo en un click de Playmobil

Sometimes I'll have an idea for a photo but when I go to shoot it, the idea doesn't translate on camera. I thought this might be one of those occasions but back in Autumn, standing in the middle of the Champs-Élysées with my eye to the viewfinder, I realised it did work. So the moral of the story is "Always give it a go", or maybe it's "Don't stand in the middle of Parisian traffic, unless you have a banging idea for an Instagram snap". Reposting this for @instagram 's Weekend Hashtag Project #WHPeyetricks #arcdetriomphe #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville @paristourisme #igersparis #lovesparis #igersfrance #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #architecture #travelandlife #guardiancities #guardiantravelsnaps #bestintravel #lego #architecturelovers #architectureporn #paperart #loves_paris #champselysees

Una foto publicada por Rich McCor (@paperboyo) el 13 de Mar de 2016 a la(s) 9:11 PDT

Y Notre Dame en el hogar de Quasimodo

It’s possible that the Hunchback of Notre Dame was, in fact, real. In the 1820’s, when restoration began on the cathedral after the French Revolution, there was a “humpbacked stone carver” according to the memoirs of Henry Sibson. Henry was a sculptor who worked at Notre Dame at the same time that Victor Hugo began writing his famous novel #quasimodo #notredame #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville #igersparis #lovesparis #igersfrance #hunchbackofnotredame #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #instagram #cathedral #intrepidtravel #adventure #instagoodmyphoto #victorhugo #bestintravel #paperart #lovesparis #fact #silhouette #architecture #architecturelovers

Una foto publicada por Rich McCor (@paperboyo) el 24 de Oct de 2015 a la(s) 6:43 PDT

En Copenhague, la Sirenita se hace un selfie

Y, en Londres, el Big Ben se convierte en un reloj de mano

Un avión sobrevuela la catedral de St Paul

Y Peter Pan, el Parlamento de Westminster

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