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Photographer Turns Classic Landmarks Into Your Favorite Disney Characters

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Everyone has a unique perspective of the world.

While some people look at a cityscape and simply see a bunch of buildings, others view their surroundings as a blank canvas just waiting to be brought to life.

Case in point: Rich McCor.

McCor is a photographer from the UK who proves anything is possible when you have a piece of paper, a pair of scissors and a little bit of imagination.

For his latest project, a promotion for DisneyLife, McCor uses his keen eye to transform a variety of boring landmarks into delightful movie scenes using all sorts of paper cutouts inspired by Disney movies.

McCor posts all of his real-life fairytale photos on his Instagram account, paperboyo, and these awesome images will definitely inspire you to find the magic hidden in everyday life.

Take a look at the pictures below to see these charming paper crafts.

Rich McCor uses paper cutouts to transform the world around him into all sorts of whimsical scenes from your favorite Disney movies.

So far, McCor's brought cities to life with cutouts inspired by classic films like "The Lion King"...

Love stories like "Beauty and the Beast"...

...and favorites like "Toy Story."

McCor even managed to turn boring old buildings into your favorite little fish from "Finding Nemo."

If Disney isn't really your thing...

...you'll be glad to know McCor's artistic endeavors aren't limited to Disney characters.

His creations include everything from paper cutouts inspired by pop culture...

And spell-binding movie scenes...

To space-age silhouettes...

Comical stripper cutouts...

Lifelike Roman warriors...

...and some surreal scenes that really make a splash.

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Citations: Delightful Paper Cutouts Transform UK Cities Into Enchanting Disney Scenes (DesignTaxi)