Rich McCor lässt Papierfiguren mit Sehenswürdigkeiten interagieren

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Sicher hast du schon mal eines dieser mäßig kreativen Urlaubsfotos gesehen, auf denen Touristen den schiefen Turm von Pisa „stützen“. Sehr viel mehr Einfallsreichtum wendet der Brite Rich McCor auf, wenn er eine Sehenswürdigkeit besucht. Er schneidet nämlich erst eine Form aus Papier zurecht, die er dann in sein Foto hält. Auf diese Weise wird aus dem Londoner Big Ben eine Armbanduhr, und die kleine Meerjungfrau in Kopenhagen bekommt einen Selfie-Stick in die Hand.

McCor hat erst Anfang dieses Jahres mit seiner Ausschneide-Kunst angefangen. Die Papierfiguren fertigt er vor Ort an und beschäftigt sich teilweise sehr lange damit. Zu den Herausforderungen gehört dabei nicht nur, dass er die Figur richtig zuschneidet, sondern auch der passende Winkel, in dem er sie in das spätere Foto hält. Auf Instagram hat der 28-Jährige seine Werke gesammelt. Sein Geld verdient er in einer Werbeagentur.

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This is probably going to be the easiest competition question I’ll ever ask but hey I’m feeling generous (well, the team from @chilicinemauk are feeling generous). If you can name who this movie character is then £25 to splash over on chili.com could be yours. Write your answer below in the comments and a winner will be chosen at random (it won’t be me choosing, so no bribes). If you’re struggling then there’s a MASSIVE clue in my insta stories. And if you don’t win then never mind, there’s still 50% off your first movie available over on @chilicinemauk ‘s non-subscription service (Competition now closed) #ad #chili #chilimovie #chiliuk #dontjustwatch #nosubscription

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I’ve teamed up with @surface_uk again to make some noise (in this case jangly banjo noise) about the release of the new Matte Black Surface Pro 6. I'd like to pretend it's a bespoke design inspired by my cut-outs, but the reality is it’s available in matte black to everyone. Anyway it seemed vaguely appropriate to head somewhere with black in the name to use the device, so here's a shot from Blackpool Beach. I was there over the weekend and managed to catch some pretty amazing sunrises #anythingbutordinary I’m going to be adding my own touch to some of your photos with the Matte Black Surface Pro 6 today. Check out my latest insta story if you want me to “paperboyo” one of your photos.

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Back in 2012 this was the scene of one of the most famous escapes in Japanese history. The fugitive – known only as 337 – scaled up a sheer rock wall, miraculously squeezed through a barbed wire fence, swam out into Tokyo Bay and managed to remain in the water for weeks eluding capture. Daily searches were conducted and on one occasion he was spotted resting near an estuary but by the time the Japanese coastguard arrived, 337 was gone. It took eighty-two days in total until the authorities finally managed to capture him. By the time they returned him here to Tokyo Sea Life Park, he had become a local celebrity. As you may have guessed 337 was a Penguin. True Story #TokyoTokyo @TokyoTokyoOldMeetsNew #TokyoSeaLifePark #ad

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