Pippa Dyrlaga’s incredible cut-paper artworks are created from a single sheet of paper. She creates precise patterns made from hundreds of cuts that form details, like the fur of a cat or the scales of a snake. They are delicate, intricate, and amazing to behold. We first discovered the artist on The Inspiration Grid. Dyrlaga writes of her process on her website:
My work is inspired by animals, nature, the place I live, architecture and the occasional pop culture reference. My paper cut works are mostly cut from a single sheet of paper. They are first drawn out by hand on the reverse of the paper, and then hand cut using a scalpel, and can take hours to complete. The process is just as important to me as the finished product.
See more of Dyrlaga’s stunning cut-paper artworks here.