paperboyo "Beyonce & D*Face" on Instagram.
CALL THEM AIR STENCILS: As paperboyo, Rich McCor mixes photography with paper cutouts to transform locations into street art-like emperhal on Instagram. It began when the 29 year old designer was finding ways to shoot London landmarks differently.
"By combining photography with my paper-cutting skills I came up with the idea of turning Big Ben into a wristwatch," McCor said to Mashable in 2015. "After that I started looking at the landmarks and architecture around me in a different way, and I kept on taking photos."
Instagram reveal paperboyo's travels brings him to Las Vegas and he is using it for a cut out playground.
"It’s almost ten years ago when I first visited Las Vegas on an overnight Greyhound bus with my friend Greg." says McCor on a post with the Welcome to Las Vegas sign. " 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."
At the Neon Museum he reinterpreted the former La Concha Motel lobby as the swept up skirt of Marilyn Monroe.
Above: Krystal Ramirez “I Want to See More Brown Bodies” from 2017 will be reassembled at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art in Spring 2018.