sarah dennis illustration

I’ve got a soft spot for artists working with paper, so these incredible pieces from Sarah Dennis in the UK are new favorites of mine. I love the way sky and water animals meet in the piece above; it’s such a beautiful take on nature, and the intricate details are stunning. Click here to see more of Sarah’s work online and check out many more paper-cut pieces of hers. xo, grace


  1. Pretty! Love the birds in indigo. Lovely!

  2. ri gal says:

    I’ve recently started paper cutting, and it’s my biggest stress reliever. I recently gifted a personal papercut I created to my friend for her wedding. So glad to see designsponge feature paper cutting.

  3. JessanneS says:

    I was going to say Holy Cow… But Holy Crows that is beautiful!thank you for the post!

  4. cathy says:

    Spectacular! How can she do that?

  5. Those are gorgeous! I do a little bit of paper cutting, only from patterns right now, but those are just insanely beautiful. Love it!

  6. Cheyenne says:

    I am inspired! What beauty this is! The design, composition, and fantasy of the scenes are incredible. I feel like I’m being transformed to a little paper fantasy world.

  7. Keiko says:

    Amazing works! I checked out other works on her site and every single piece is
    very eraborate. I became a fan of her right away! Thank you for sharing :-)

  8. jools says:

    I have fallen in love with paper art this year. What beautiful illustrations

  9. MuddHutt says:

    Always love a talented paper cut artist. These are beautiful.

  10. deva says:

    ZOMGAWAD! Amazing stuff. Cutwork is totally unforgiving!

  11. Monica says:

    I kind of have an obsession with foxes these days, so I love love love the one with foxes, so whimsical

  12. Devon says:

    Simply stunning…i’m in love

  13. yancy says:

    OMG! THE FOX IS LOVELYYYYY! GIVES ME A WILD IDEA IF ITS GOOD ON TATTOO? B-)

  14. Identiblinds says:

    Delightfully intricate, hadn’t seen her work before.

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