Garry Parsons' papercutting is inspired by Chinese and European traditional paper folding techniques. Reminiscent of the Buddhist mandala and using organic and graphic motifs, the works are concerned with representing an 'unseen' world. 


Garry Parsons was recently commissioned for the Cheam Street Mural, Nunhead, South East London by Southwark Council.

The Papercuts formed part of the Annual Pride Art Exhibition 2011 curated by Michael Petry at the Clifford Chance building in London's Docklands. Eight large papercuts were shown alongside two giant pieces specially made for the exhibition space, “From The Fires Of Burnt Lies” and “The Lower World”.


​Garry Parsons studied BA Hons Fine Art at The Kent Institute of Art & Design and the Sequential Design & Illustration MA at Brighton University. Garry combines his work in paper with a commercial career in illustration.



2014. Mural commission. Cheam Street, London SE15.

2012  Annual Pride Art Exhibition showing a collection of artists' work based on influential sports personalities,  "A Question of Sport: LGBT artists and their relationship to inclusivity". 

2013. The Pride Art Exhibition, Clifford Chance, 10 Upper Bank Street, London, E14 5JJ.
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Garry Parsons - Papercut
The Lower World
Death Removed
From the Fires of Burnt Lies
If You Knew What I Saw Inside You. (Detail)
A Matter of Life and Death. (Detail)