The Yorkshire-based artist transforms simple sheets of plain paper into extraordinarily complex works of art using nothing but a pencil and a scalpel. Dyrlaga fell in love with the craft as an art student in 2010, after dabbling in the art of silhouette-making. Eventually, however, she turned her attention toward more intricate and complicated projects. Her astounding attention to detail (and undeniable patience) is apparent in each creation; from birds with wings as light as lace to fragile hand-lettering, her chosen subject matter showcases her skillful and steady hand.
A British artist has mastered the unusual art of paper cutting, transforming ordinary sheets of paper into breathtaking images of intricate swans, flowers and even the Millennium Falcon.Read More
One British artist, in particular, has recently caught our eye with her stunning paper art pieces. Pippa Dyrlaga from Yorkshire, Northern England, started crafting gorgeous swans, castles and other designs from plain pieces of paper in 2010Read More