Beautiful Cards of Birds by Dais SB Art

Dais SB Art


These greetings cards where created by Dais, an illustrator and animal conservationist who is passionate about our native wildlife, with a particular love for birds. The original drawings featured on these cards where created with pen and homemade watercolours. Each bird has been placed into a frame so that these can also be displayed on the wall.

Size: 5”x7” portrait greetings card printed on recycled paper with a recycled envelope, the card is blank inside.

Card Titles and bird descriptions

Barn owl - One of the UK’s most magical owls, the Barn owl, or ghost owl perched upon a fence post patiently watching.

Long-Tailed Tit - The perfectly sweet Long-Tailed Tit perched on a twig, a bird that is best known for creating beautiful nests out of lichens.

Stonechat - A lovely and plump Stonechat, precariously perched, a bird that is named after its distinct call the sound of chatting stones.

Kingfisher - The flash of blue and orange that we all know to be a Kingfisher, here in a less common moment of rest drying out after a splash.

Heron - One of the UK’s most recognisable birds the Heron, appearing almost prehistoric in flight and stalking fish with almost poetic movements, one of the artists favourite birds.

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About Dais - My name is Dais Scott-Bennett and I am primarily an illustrator, focusing on the natural world and our native wildlife, soaking up my inspiration from the Lake District where I am lucky enough to live in Ambleside. I have longed to live in this area since I visited as a child, as I saw it as a landscape that is awe inspiring for those who love nature and art.

I recently graduated from my Degree in animal conservation and am currently working on my Master’s in museum studies, with a focus on natural science collections. My passion for biodiversity and our wildlife meant I developed my love for art as a tool for understanding the natural world. I love to create art that aims to inspire people with the beauty of the native wildlife we have here in the UK and especially here in Cumbria.

I mainly work in pen and ink, which I find very practical for working outside but I do love to experiment with all mediums and often introduce a bit of colour to my art with watercolours I make myself.

Read about the artist/maker, here.

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