This Guy Travels The World Using Paper To Transform Famous City Sights

Tag The Sky

Tag The Sky

This guy's motto is really very simple "Go out and transform the world".

Here he is doing exactly that at the ski fields in Val D'isere, France.

In New York

In New York

It's amazing what can be done with a few bits of paper and an imagination.

Here, he turns the UN building in New York in to something else entirely. I'd say it's a change for the better, wouldn't you?

Dumping Sauna

Dumping Sauna

Of course, we may have understated the art just a little.

I mean, it probably takes a little more than just paper and imagination. TO be fair to him, you do need to be pretty handy with a pair of scissors!

Key To Success

Key To Success

If I'm to be perfectly honest, there is no way that I could handle a pair of scissors with such precision so as to create works of art of this quality.

But the real magnificence is in the vision. Here, he turns the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore in to the key to success!

Caesar Selfie

Caesar Selfie

We've come a long way, haven't we? Even statues are getting in on the selfie age.

Do you think there is an underlying statement buried within this work of art?

 

Lady Liberty

Lady Liberty

It really is an amazingly unique art that Paper boy has himself engaging in.

I mean, nobody else has ever looked at these places and thought to transform them with paper. It's genius!

Whale Dive

Whale Dive

How long will it be before somebody (perhaps the owners and management at the Bellagio Hotel) get the idea to put massive sea-dwellers in the waters of the hotel?

 

The Lion's Head

The Lion's Head

Doesn't this almost seem natural?

It's just Simba, Timon, and Pumba, taking an evening stroll across the Gateshead Millennium Bridge.

No biggie...

Anyone For Tennis?

Anyone For Tennis?

What's better than playing a spot of tennis for your daily dose of exercise?

Well, playing tennis completely naked at Bliss Dance in Vegas might be a pretty good place to start!

Kong On The Loose

Kong On The Loose

Here, Paper Boy lets King Kong loose on New York City.

It is kind of weird that King Kong should be holding one of those old school planes. Perhaps if Kong was there in September of 2001...