Instagram : Rich McCor détourne les monuments avec des bouts de papier, et c’est génial

Sur Instagram, il y a de nombreux comptes très créatifs, à l’image de celui de Rich McCor, alias paperboyo, qui s’amuse brillamment à détourner de grands monuments avec de simples petits bouts de papier.

L’Arc de Triomphe, la Pyramide du Louvre, la Tour de Pise ou encore Big Ben et bien d’autres, ces détournements amusants devraient faire le bonheur de votre timeline Instagram. En voici quelques exemples.

Hi to the newbies- thanks for checking out my insta. Here's a new one from my trip to Paris at le weekend ?When the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre, the museum shut down for nine days, the French bor­der was closed and all depart­ing ships and trains were searched. The mystery wasn't solved until two years later though, when the thief turned out to be Vin­cenzo Perug­gia, a car­pen­ter who had been working at the museum and knew all the exits and escape routes. Perug­gia had even helped build the glass case that the Mona Lisa was displayed in, so he knew how to get the paint­ing out. At closing time, he hid in a broom closet and then walked out an exit after dark hold­ing the Mona Lisa under his coat. Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers) #louvre #lonelyplanet #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #instagram #intrepidtravel #adventure #instagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #bestintravel #monalisa #paperart #loves_paris #art #silhouette #museum #davinci

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Towards the end of WWI, France built a ‘Second Paris’ near the capital city to confuse German pilots. It was located near the town of Maisons-Laffitte, on a stretch of the River Seine. As well as replicas of iconic landmarks, including the Arc de Triomphe, it even had sham streets lined with electric lights so that from the sky it would look like a real city. Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers) #arcdetriomphe #lonelyplanet #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #instagram #travelandlife #intrepidtravel #adventureinstagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #guardiantravelsnaps #bestintravel #lego #paperart #loves_paris #champselysees #silhouette

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Novelists James Joyce and Ernest Hemingway were drinking buddies in Paris- often picking fights on their drunken nights out. Famously, Hemingway took a urinal from his favourite bar in Paris and had it installed into his American abode, arguing that he had "pissed away" so much money into the urinal that he owned it #montmartre #basiliquedusacrecoeur #hemingway #karate #silhouette #instaart #paris #parisjetaime #parisian #topparisphoto #visitparis #parismaville @paris_tourisme #igersparis #loves_paris #igersfrance #instagram #forcedperspective #citytrip #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #architecture #travelandlife #intrepidtravel #adventureinstagoodmyphoto #guardiancities #guardiantravelsnaps #bestintravel

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Copenhagen's Cirkelbroen being abducted by Aliens: Shot for #lpkids (@lonelyplanet's brand for little adventurers). In the distance behind the bridge is Tivoli, an amusement park commissioned by the King in 1843 so that the public could go amuse themselves and "think less about politics". Walt Disney visited Tivoli and felt inspired. Not long after he created Disneyland. #architecture #architecturelovers #copenhagen #cirkelbroen #københavn #københavnskommune #olufureliasson #cirkelbroencopenhagen #cirkelbro #scenography #copenhague #art #bridge #lpkids #lonelyplanet #copenhagen #denmark #kopenhagen #visitcopenhagen #VisitDenmark #somewhereincopenhagen #citytrip
#igerscopenhagen #wanderlust #travel #adventure #passionpassport #ufo #silhouette #paperart #craftsposure

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On 7th November 2000, raiders used a JCB to smash through the Millennium Dome in London to reach an exhibit where diamonds worth £350m were on display. The robbers had arranged a speedboat for their exit, but they weren’t expecting a group of police officers disguised as cleaners who arrested them moments before they reached the diamonds #igerslondon #shutup_london #prettycitylondon #london #lovelondon #londonlife #londonpop #visitlondon #travel #instalondon #instaart #wanderlust #passionpassport #worlderlust #timeoutlondon #culturetrip_ldn #ilovelondon #o2 #art #resourcemag #instagoodmyphoto #illustration #sketch #instaart #instaphoto #the02 #northgreenwich #londonforyou @london #greenwich @bbcbritain #craftsposure

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