Famous Vegas Landmarks Photographed With a Twist (of paper)

Rich McCor is an artist from the UK and has transformed famous landmarks from around the world. He cuts out little paper silhouettes and places them strategically into the photo, which cleverly changes the scene. Here are a collection of the photos that he took during his recent visit to Las Vegas.

I’m Brexiting the UK for a few days and heading to @Vegas. It’s almost ten years ago when I first visited Las Vegas on an overnight Greyhound bus with my friend Greg. We’d just finished school and barely had any money so we stayed in a cheap hostel miles away from the strip. Although we weren’t old enough to visit the bars and couldn’t afford to see any shows we still had an awesome time exploring the city together. Ten years later and I’m incredibly lucky that this time I’m flying out with @British_Airways in ClubWorld with some epic experiences planned out (and a valid ID). I’m not the only one who lady luck is shining on though; a few years ago Greg moved to Cleveland, grew a (questionable) moustache and got himself a beautiful wife. (@British_Airways fly non-stop to Las Vegas eleven times a week from the UK. They also have jelly beans in their Club lounge. I took a huge cup full and totally got away with it) #NonStopVegas #BritishAirways #Vegas #LasVegas #LasVegasBaby #NeonSign #WelcometoFabulousLasVegas #CityofLights #Paperart #Silhouette #Paper #Aeroplane #747 #Clubworld #BlueSky #Brexit #Heathrow #ArtofVisuals #Sponsored #DoYouTravel #TravelStoke #Travel #PassionPassport

A photo posted by Rich McCor (@paperboyo) on

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