Around The World In Cut-Outs, A Collection Of Photos With Whimsical Context Changing Paper Cut-Outs

Around The World In Cut-Outs, A Collection Of Photos With Whimsical Context Changing Paper Cut-Outs –





Paperboyo is very clever in the way in which he uses paper cutouts to instantly change the context of iconic landmarks around Europe. Since that time, Paperboyo widened his travel destinations to different continents and has put it all into a wonderful photo book entitled “Around the World in Cut-Outs“, which is available to pre-order for delivery in March 2018.

The world is so much more than it seems! With only paper, scissors, a camera, and his vivid imagination, globe-hopping artist Paperboyo transforms real iconic landmarks and settings around the world into works of art and amusement by just holding up a cutout and snapping a photo.

Some photos from Paperboyo’s travel around North America.


When I look in your eyes, and you’re looking back in mine, everything feels not quite normal, because I feel stronger, and weaker at the same time. I feel excited, and at the same time, terrified. The truth is I don’t know what to feel, except I know what kind of man I want to be. _______________________________________________________ Sheldon, that was beautiful. _______________________________________________________ I should hope so, that's from the first Spider-Man movie. _______________________________________________________✌🏻Thanks to the awesome team from @grandhyattnyc for the rooftop tour, I love that you guys embrace having such a cool space and share it with your guests. More hotels should make use of their rooftops #nyc #newyork #livinggrandnyc #spiderman #bigbangtheory #sheldoncooper

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Last time I was here in LA I shot this Banksy & The Broad mashup #LosAngeles

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I've got a few more Toronto images to share with you all. This one, with the CN tower, might just be my new favourite photo. The evening I took this I was on the only boat on the water as the sky danced through a spectrum of colours, each colour change transforming the water around me as well as the skyline ahead. The boat's skipper & I snapped away on our cameras, only stopping to whisper 'wow' as another colour came to the palette. I was in my element, but it was only with a bit of luck and a dash of Canadian friendliness that I'd managed to get here. I was in Toronto in June, when the islands were closed due to floods so the ferries weren't running & the water taxis were finishing in the middle of the afternoons. I'd walked down to the harbour to see if I could get out on the water for sunsets but was greeted with headshakes. Eventually I managed to turn one of those headshakes into a nod and so I have to give a shoutout to @infinitywatertaxitoronto, you're a legend. Thanks for showing me one of the very best sunsets I've seen in all of my adventures #ExploreCanada #MyCanadianAffair @ExploreCanada @airtransat #Toronto #CNTower

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