London-based artist Rich McCor creatively uses paper cutouts to transform some of the world's most noted vacation sites into amazing artworks by photographing them using optical illusion.

Under McCor's hands, the London Eye becomes part of a bicycle, Big Ben becomes a watch, and a stone lion at Trafalgar Square becomes a cat playing with a little ball.

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Paper cutting is a traditional art form in China that dates back to the second century C.E.