THE London Eye is a bike wheel and the Albert Bridge is being knitted in these amazing snaps.
Ex-BBC assistant Rich McCor, 33, known as Paperboyo, alters landmarks with clever paper cut-outs.
He has even helped Will Smith promote a film.
“It was just meant to be a little hobby but it grew out of hand,” he said.
He added: “II think my style divides people.
“There are some that get it and enjoy it and there's definitely a section that don't get it and don't understand why it's grown an audience.
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“II sort of enjoy seeing people's real life reactions when I show them what I'm doing while taking a photo on location.
“II can never really tell what people's reactions to my images will be."
Rich has more than 480,000 on Instagram.
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