What Cities Would Look Like Without Their Famous Landmarks

What Cities Would Look Like Without Their Famous Landmarks
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Many countries around the world are famous for their landmarks. The ruins, iconic buildings and sculptures are used in numerous travelling and marketing initiatives.

It would be hard to imagine an image of Paris without some form of the Eiffel Tower. Well, online design crowdsourcing company, DesignCrowd, has tasked designers with just that.

DesignCrowd, with over 450,000 designers, invested over $700AUD in a playful contest to re-imagine some of the world’s most visited travel spots. Designers from around the world were challenged to find high-resolution images of these big cities, and photoshop their most famous tourist attractions out.

Check out the gallery below for some of the entries.

 

Click here, for more entries.

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