Ce photographe transforme notre monde grâce à de simples morceaux de papier

Avec peu de choses mais beaucoup de créativité, on peut faire des merveilles. Et c’est le cas de Rich McCor ou plutôt Paperboyo sur Instagram. Cet Anglais voyage à travers le monde et ramène des clichés très originaux. La raison ? Il ne se contente pas de photographier les monuments et lieux les plus connus. A l’aide de morceaux de papier noir découpés dans des formes particulières, il transforme la réalité et nous offre des photos qui témoignent de son incroyable imagination. Une image vaut mille mots alors on vous laisser jeter un coup d’œil à ses créations. Et si vous souhaitez creuser un peu, n’hésitez pas à vous rendre sur son compte Instagram.

 

 

 

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I don't know what the Japanese equivalent of "dracarys" is but if I did that would have been the caption. Instead I'll tell you a kind of interesting fact about Tokyo Tower- In 1989 a new lighting system was installed which illuminates the tower's frames from dusk to midnight. Over summer the lights are metal halide lamps but over winter they're changed to sodium vapor lamps. The reason? Sodium vapor lamps give off a warm red glow which is meant to help offset the cold winter months for the city's residents, whereas the metal halide lamps give off a cool, white colour which helps during the hot summer months. Good thing I was there in October or else the dragon flame idea wouldn't have really worked🗼 #TokyoTokyo @tokyotokyooldmeetsnew #TokyoTower #sponsoredpost

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>> A lire aussi : Un artiste montre la réalité de notre monde en fusionnant deux photos… bouleversant !

 

 

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Right in the heart of Shinjuku there's a massive Penguin- well I see it as a Penguin but it's meant to look like a Cocoon. It's Mode Gakuen's vertical university campus and the design was inspired around the concept of an incubator like space where students grow, transform and then flutter off into the world (metaphorically I'm guessing…unless they're being taught some kinda revolutionary flying technique in class. Imagine that on graduation day, instead of throwing their caps in the air they throw themselves in the air!) I digress. Where was I going with this? Oh yeah- Cool building, cool concept, cool design but just once can someone, somewhere please build a massive Penguin. K'Thanks. Bye #TokyoTokyo @tokyotokyooldmeetsnew #SponsoredPost #ModeGakuenCocoonTower

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>> A lire aussi : Bluffant : Il revisite les animaux avec des squelettes robotiques

 

 

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Towards the end of last year I went over to Education City which is kind of like a futuristic, gigantic university campus. It's home to some exciting tech, medicine & research hubs and they've done a pretty sweet job with the architecture here, which I guess is why I was invited over because it's an architecture fan's playground. There's a plethora (you might be able to tell I got "word a day" calendar for Christmas) of different styles & quirky buildings, so over my next few images I'll be your guide around campus – starting here at the @weillcornellqatar lecture hall (or egg as I see it) just infront of Rem Koolhaas' amazing @qatarnationallibrary #EducationCity @Qatarfoundation #SponsoredPost

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Publié par Axel le 13 Mar 2019