Buzzers, paper is an ordinary thing but it has been a vital part of our life since ancient Egypt. During those time it was used for writing but then expand into origami, money printing and arts!! One artwork you need to check out is from this instagram photographer @paperboyo.
He creates a totally different world only by using paper cut outs! Amazingly, His collection of landmark photos looks more stunning & alive!! If you are interested more in his work, He just launched a book called “Around The World in Cut Outs”. Here is some of his beautiful landmarks photos.
1. Giant Fork Sculpture, Switzerland
This giant fork sculpture is located in Lac Leman in Switzerland. This giant fork was used for an exhibition on cutlery but now remain permanent in Lac Leman. The paper cut out of an octopus adds a fun groove in this sculpture.
2. Golf Ball House, Arizona
This golf ball structure is located in route 66 in Arizona. It was a part of luxurious housing development in 1970’s. Sadly, the development didn’t go well and the place is abandoned. But, a store owner planted on the side of the golf ball creatures like UFO & aliens to attract visitors and named it route 66.
3. Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island
Ahu Tongariki is the largest moai in eastern island. These moai was collapsed during civil war and swept by tsunami in 20th century. It has restored in 1990. All the moai here face sunset during summer solstice. The unique thing is the scholars believe that they are homages to ancestors and filled with “mana” or energy.
4. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most beautiful bridge in the world. It is 1.6 km wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Unfortunately, this bridge is also the second most used suicide site in the world. Most Jumpers died because of impact trauma or hypothermia because they jumped into the cold water.
5. Burj Al Arab, Dubai
Burj Al Arab is a luxurious hotel in Dubai. It is also the third tallest hotel in the world. Its structure is resembles the sail of the ship.
6. Pungnam Mun, Korea
Pungnam Mun in South Korea is a heritage that was built in Joseon Dynasty in 1768. It was also one of the four original city gates.
7. CN Tower, Canada
The CN Tower is located in Toronto, Canada. It is Toronto’s most tallest landmark and the most famous tower among tourists because of its beautiful skyline and challenging glass floor. So, do you dare to walk on air Buzzers?
8. Statue of Liberty, USA
The Statue of Liberty is a famous landmark in the USA. The statue itself was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States. It became a national monument in 1924 and a symbol of freedom and democracy.
9. Eiffel Tower, France
Eiffel tower gets its name “Eiffel” from the engineer “Gustave Eiffel”. He constructed the tower in 1887-1889. Even though it was criticized by France’s leading artists and intellectuals for its designs, Eiffel tower now has become a Global cultural icon of France.
10. Urquhart Castle Loch Ness, Scotland
Urquhart castle is near Loch Ness a large and deep freshwater in Scottish Highlands. The lake is famous for the sightings of sea monster, Loch Ness or Nessie. The castle itself is built in 13th to 16th century and one of the most visited castle in Scotland.