Check Out Pippa Dyrlaga’s Incredibly Detailed Cut Paper Flowers and Animals

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When someone is a true artist, they don’t need fancy instruments to create magic. Pippa Dyrlaga manages to do something amazing using only paper and paper cutting tools, and the result is out of this world.

Pippa first started paper cutting in 2010. A year later, she got her Masters degree in Art and Design and Curation at Leeds Metropolitan University. She gets the inspiration from other projects and the world that surrounds her. “Most of the time one piece will lead to another, but I sometimes get an idea that I just want to try out, something I have been thinking of for a while. I have always lived in quite inspiring and green places, filled with local wildlife and flora, and much of my inspiration stems from being outside and enjoying it, and feeling like a part of it,” Dyrlaga says.

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Third piece finished. A sinking Calla Lily.

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