Рич Мккор (Rich McCor) продолжает радовать не только своих подписчиков, которых в инстаграме у него уже насобиралось больше 174 тысяч, но и случайных людей своими остроумными бумажными силуэтами, которые он добавляет разного рода постройкам и достопримечательностям, путешествуя по миру.

Рич рассказывает, что его популярность стремительно растет и его очень часто приглашают посетить разнообразные города, за последние шесть месяцев он уже смог побывать в Сингапуре, Нанкине, Гонконге, Валь-д’Изере, Нью-Йорке и Лас-Вегасе.

«Чтобы пребывать в отличном расположении духа, я путешествую и делаю то, что люблю, мне нравиться доставлять людям радость, я с нетерпением жду дальнейших путешествий, чтобы создавать свои работы и делиться ими», — поведал Рич.





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When Denos Vourderis proposed to his girlfriend in front of the Wonder Wheel, he promised her that if she said yes; he would buy her the Wheel. She said yes (why wouldn’t she? He was basically offering her the world’s largest wedding ring)! That was in 1948 and over the decades Vourderis worked on keeping that promise. He ran bars, hot dog stands and children’s rides, working tirelessly to save enough cash. Then one day in 1983, the Wheel’s owner decided to retire and offered the wheel to Vourderis. He immediately bought it. But the ride didn’t come with any sort of instruction manual- all that was passed on was a piece of paper, torn from a cigarette packet, with a few scribbled notes including the words “good luck”. Having spent years in awe of the wheel and its mechanics, Denos quickly sussed out how to operate it and looked after the Wheel right up until he passed in 1994. The moral of the story is don’t be crazy and offer your girlfriend a great big wheel- you’ll spend your life regretting making such a ridiculous promise. Nah, I’m joking; this may be one of my favourite stories I’ve come across in NYC and what’s even sweeter is that Vourderis’ two sons have continued to look after this landmark since their father’s death #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #Coney #WonderWheel #Themepark #NewYork #NYC #Skyline #SeeYourCity #NYCGo @NYCGo @NYC #InstagramNYC @NewYorkCity #NYCInstantly #nycphotographer #nycblogger #Paper #Paperart #Silhouette @newyork_instagram @newyork #thecreatorsclass #illgrammers #createcommune #artofvisuals #visualsoflife #architectureporn #newyorker #USA #ArchitectureLovers #PaperArt #Bike #Motorbike

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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

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If you have time to do only one thing in Hong Kong, come up here to The Peak. If you have time to do many things, put coming up here at the top of your list. Take the famous tram ride up the hill from Central and then head into here, The Peak Tower. Climb up to the top and you’ll find a viewing terrace which overlooks the Island. It’s from up here that you can take the classic Hong Kong photo of the city’s skyscrapers nestled between the gap in the mountains @DiscoverHongKong #ThePeak #HongKong #HK #HKIG #HongKongLife #JunkShip #Ship #Boat #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #VictoriaPeak #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #ArchitectureLovers #ArchitecturePorn #Architecture #Wanderlust #Cityscape #Illusion #Photography

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Look who followed me from Singapore to Hong Kong ?. The pool here at @IslandShangriLa is a great place to gaze up at the iconic Bank of China building. It’s a quirky design but in terms of Feng Shui, the bank's skyscraper is considered “aggressive" because the edges of the triangles point towards its rivals (a "direct attack" in Feng Shui). So nearby HSBC responded to the “attack”; they installed two maintenance cranes on their roof but had them specifically designed to look like cannons and pointed them directly at the Bank of China @DiscoverHongKong #BankofChina #FengShui #HongKong #Hotel #HK #HKIG #IslandShangriLa #HongKongLife #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #Pool #Whale #architecture #architecturelovers #whalewatching #swim #swimming #runway_vacation #HSBC #Bank

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If you look closer at some buildings in Hong Kong, you’ll notice large holes carved into the centre of them. It seems strange that the developers would allow a waste of space in a city where every inch is precious, the reason? Dragons. Legend says that the mountains here are home to dragons with positive and powerful energy. In a city where vast structures block the dragons’s passage, the holes provide an unobstructed path to the sea for them to drink and bathe, allowing the energy to flow through the city. In fact Feng Shui is considered so integral here that that engineers, architects and property developers take Feng Shui courses before completing their training and certification. I love this fact; there's something heartwarming about tradition, culture & mystery winning over greed and instant profits in the property market @DiscoverHongKong #HongKong #Dragon #DragonHoles #RepulseBay #FengShui #Energy #Mystery #GOT #GameofThrones #PositiveEnergy #HK #HKIG #HongKongLife #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #ArchitectureLovers #ArchitecturePorn #Architecture #Wanderlust #Cityscape

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After a short hike through four foot of snow (during which I got stuck in the snow whilst snapchatting the scenery to friends) I found this great vantage point. If you ever come out here, I thoroughly recommended finding this spot to watch the sun disappear behind the mountains as the lights in the town flicker on. It's been an awesome mini trip, thanks @ClubMed for teaching me to ski & letting me party with you @ClubMedValDIsere #ClubMed #ClubMedValDIsere #Ski #Skiing #ApresSki #Mountain #Mountains #Alps #France #ValDIsere #Travel #Instatravel #Travelgram #Wanderlust #PassionPassport #Adventure #Silhouette #Paperart #Art #Instaart #Girl #Moon #Balloon #Night #LongExposure #ShutterBugs #Fly #Flying #WHPonthego @ChooseMountains @Best.Mountain.Artists

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The popularity of skiing is somewhat down to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. He moved to the Alps in 1893 (the mountain air was prescribed to aid his wife’s health), and learnt to ski with the help of two local brothers. “You let yourself go,” he once wrote. “Getting as near to flying as any earthbound man can”. Doyle predicted that in the future hundreds of people would come to the Alps for “ski season”. He wasn’t wrong, the slopes here in Val D’Isere are buzzing with people from all around the world (including one British guy who keeps falling over….) @ClubMed @ClubMedValDIsere #ClubMed #ClubMedValDIsere #Ski #Skiing #Graffiti #Mountain #Mountains #Alps #France #Europe #Travel #Instatravel #Travelgram #Wanderlust #Sherlock #ArthurConanDoyle #Cloud #Spray #PassionPassport #Adventure #Silhouette #Paperart #Art #Instaart #Snow

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I tend to make a lot of the cut-outs before I arrive in a city (otherwise I’d spend most of my trips cutting paper rather than diving for cover in a fortune tellers during a rainstorm, getting utterly lost on a hike in the morning mist, finding a bar that serves the most lethal cocktails you've ever had, and all the other adventures you have when you travel). So it’s down to a bit of luck as to whether I’ve cut the shape just right and whether I can find a good vantage point for the illusion to work. On this occasion, with the Hong Kong Space Museum, I think luck was on my side. The exhibition halls at the museum are being renovated at the moment but for other things to do in Tsim Sha Tsui @lonelyplanet's new guides app will inspire you (see bio link) @DiscoverHongKong #SpaceMuseum #HongKong #HK #HKIG #HongKongLife #LonelyPlanet #DiscoverHongKong #IgersHongKong #ILoveHongKong #Travel #Adventure #PassionPassport #Paper #PaperArt #Silhouette #ArchitectureLovers #ArchitecturePorn #Architecture #Wanderlust #Cityscape #Illusion #Photography #Kowloon #TsimShaTsui

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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

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Beside the Coney Island boardwalk is this structure, the Parachute Jump. When it opened in 1940, it was designed to simulate the experience of falling to earth in a parachute but it struggled to make money. So the operators came up with an idea; they offered free rides to young women who looked like “screamers”. They’d then purposefully strand the ladies in mid-air during the descent so they, as expected, would scream in terror. Totally cruel, but for a while it did help to attract the crowds. However even these marketing tactics weren’t enough and combined with the fact that the ride often had to shut due to wind, it closed forever in 1964. Since then the tower has survived abandonment, planned demolitions, fires & Hurricane Sandy. Even Trump’s Dad tried to pull this thing down but it’s still here- a series of feats worth blowing it’s own trumpet about I reckon. (Check out the @lonelyplanet app in my bio for more history on Coney) #ConeyIsland #Brooklyn #Beach #ParachuteJump #LonelyPlanet #Trumpet #Music #Jazz #NewYork #NYC #Skyline #SeeYourCity #NYCGo @NYCGo @NYC #InstagramNYC @NewYorkCity #NYCInstantly #nycphotographer #nycblogger #Paper #Paperart #Silhouette @newyork_instagram @newyork #thecreatorsclass #illgrammers #createcommune #artofvisuals #visualsoflife #architectureporn #newyorker #USA #ArchitectureLovers #PaperArt

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When you fly into Singapore you may notice a number of bizarre structures that sort of look like oversize golf tees reaching 25-50m in the air. They're Supertrees. Like real trees they can photosynthesise and absorb rainwater. But unlike real trees, when the sun sets the supertrees put on an epic light and sound show. I'll post a photo of what looks like soon 🙂 @visit_singapore #yoursingapore #golf #teeingoff #golfball #marinabay #gardensbythebay #singapore #wow_singapore #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #architecture #architecturelovers #architectureporn #passionpassport #paperart #cutout #instasingapore #adventure #silhouette #wanderlust #paper #art #city #gardens #tree #technology

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Ever fancied laying on an Indonesian or Malaysian beach whilst you're in this part of the world, but don't have the time to venture further than Singapore? I have a hack for you. Head to Sentosa island and find the 1.2 mile long beach. Lay down and enjoy the sand; every grain of it was imported from Indonesia and Malaysia. Check out @lonelyplanet's new Guides app for some practical travel hacks & tips (see bio link) @visit_singapore #yoursingapore #sentosabeach #sentosa #singapore #beach #hammock #palmtree #hack #lifehack #wow_singapore #lonelyplanet #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #instagram #passionpassport #instasingapore #adventure #wanderlust #silhouette #paperart #cutout #relaxing #reading #sunbathing #runway_vacation #grammasters3

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The Key to any great trip is to find somewhere special to stay, and something just happened to make this one even more special. I ordered room service and got chatting with the lady who kindly brought it up- I mentioned that I travel, take photos and post them here on instagram. She told me that she's following a travel blogger who she recommends and so took out her phone, opened instagram and showed me the account. I blushed, it was my account. When I told her, she blushed. So 'hello' if you're reading this, thanks for making my day @visit_singapore #yoursingapore @marinabaysands @marinabaysandshotel #marinabaysands #marinabay #marinabaysandshotel #key #hotel #singapore #wow_singapore #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #architecture #architecturelovers @instagram #architectureporn #instagram #passionpassport #instasingapore #adventure #wanderlust #silhouette #paperart #vintage

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Central Singapore has a skyscraper limit of 280m due to the proximity of the airport. Over the last few decades three buildings in Singapore were built right up to the imposed limit. However in a bid to outdo it's rivals, One Raffles Place opened a roof top bar on their building. Therefore a 2m glass parapet had to be added as a safety measure for guests. So technically (and slightly sneakily) One Raffles Place is the tallest building in Singapore @visit_singapore #yoursingapore #singapore #wow_singapore #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #architecture #architecturelovers #architectureporn #passionpassport #unicycle #unicyclist #paperart #cutout #instasingapore #adventure #silhouette #wanderlust #paper #art #reflection #city #sunset #skyline #reflection_shotz #reflections

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In the 14th Century, Sang Nila Utama came to these shores and spotted an animal with fur like flames and a dark, black head. His men advised him he probably saw a Lion and so he named the island Singapore ('Singa' being Lion in Malay, and 'Pura' meaning city in Sanskirt). However, it's likely that what Sang Nila saw that day was a Tiger as there's no evidence Lions ever roamed here. Today they do though, there's some at the Zoo and there's this epic Merlion on the waterfront @visit_singapore #yoursingapore #singapore #wow_singapore #singaporetoday #exploresingapore #singapore_city #ig_singapore #travel #architecture #architecturelovers #architectureporn #passionpassport #cinemagraph #gif #paperart #cutout #lion #merlion #instasingapore #adventure #silhouette #wanderlust #paper #art #water #city #lions

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