Sarah Betz grew up in Germany and founded Little Cube in the scenic area of Montmartre in Paris.
She never would have dreamed of turning her childhood passion of drawing and making up stories into a succesful career.

"I'm Sarah, happy to meet you!"

"From an early age, I enjoyed drawing and my sketches covered everything from school exercise books to the freshly painted walls of our house - much to the dismay of my parents." 

Luckily her parents encouraged her to play imaginatively and she grew up close to the forests, inspired by nature, crafting with little treasures she found on her walks, painting and creating necklaces or activity books.
After her Graphic and Communication Design studies in Germany and Switzerland she moved to Paris to learn French and embark on her design career. She founded her own illustration studio Little Cube in 2013.  

Our Story

" Since then I've been very fortunate to see immense growth and demand for my illustrations, and I am happy to have established longtime brand partnerships with many fabulous, outstanding companies." 

Thanks to her licensing partnerships her designs are now manufactured and distributed all over the world, including a bestselling baby stationery line with Paperless Post (discover our collection here), gift wrap, boxed notecards and journals for International Greetings and American Greetings or eco-friendly fabric collections with Cloud9Fabrics.

" I am excited to grow my brand collaborations and look forward to hearing about your project to create something beautiful with you!" 

 We just launched our own paper goods and baby gifts brand cubeely Paris!

Doolittle Magazine, print & pattern, remodelista,
lmnop Magazine, Petit & Small, Love Print Studio Interview,
Mes petits mains magazine, decopeques,
 A Little Bird, Kids Room DK, StyleMyChild, babyology,
familianistas, Tigerprint, Les Louves, once upon a Monday,
The Small Issue,

Paperless Post, Crane & Co, American Greetings, Maisonette NYC, Hallmark,
Cloud9 Fabrics, The Gift Wrap Company/International Greetings USA, Monoprix, Postable, Artfully Walls, Sergent Major, Vertbaudet, Carteland, Angel Dear, Du Pareil Au Même, Absorba,
Babyccino Kids, Plumeti, Dioton, Little Cloud, PSikhouvanjou/Petit Monkey, carter's,
de2b Korea, Aimez Le Style/Amifa Japan, Dollydust Babybooks, nous.Vietnam, Mpix, 
Bookbinders Design, My Petite French Box, Primrose Fabrics, Goumikids, Fleurus Editions,
Elum/Ross Stores, Tattyoo, The Ink Nest, Lilipinso, Impression Originale, JoJo Maman Bébé, Hitbringsel, Tiny Twinkle, OhMyChou, My Little Bazar, Pünktchen & Anton, Ponyhütchen, Luntan Japan, Les Lutins, Milton & King wallpapers, Menudos Cuadros,
Yuaa Korea, Petit Picotin, Patasel, PingSome

I've had the pleasure to work with the following amazing brands:

• Uppercase Magazine, Surface Pattern Design Guide, 2017:
chosen as one of 100 Top Surface Designers
• Showcase of newest collections at Playtime Paris, Première Vision Paris,
Surtex NY and Blueprint, New York
• Featured in Trend Bible Kid's Lifestyle Autumn Winter 2015/16
• "Sweet Autumn Day" Fabric Collection with Cloud9 Fabrics featured in
Sew Magazine and Pretty Patches Magazine.
• Fabric collection with Cloud9Fabrics used for a sewing tutorial by Babyccino
- Find it here: Sewing Gym Bags.
• Interview on Plumeti Blog, 2016
• Interview for Design Garden Classes - Kids Trends Onlineworkshop, 2016
• Interview on Hitbringsel Blog, 2016
• Regular Participation in Trend Workshops by Design Garden Classes
• Featured in Pattern Euphoria , Sandu Publishing Co. 2017
• Workshop for kids: "Creation of Christmas Cards" during Pop Up Store of Plumeti Boutique in Batignolles, Paris, December 2017

Photography: Morgane Renou 

I love being surrounded by plants and especially enjoy the Botanical Gardens and parcs in Lisbon, collecting leaves outside or spending time in Greenhouses.

Plants & leaves

You will at least find one drawing of the Eiffel Tower in each of my sketchbooks. 

La Tour Eiffel

Source of never-ending inspiration: The busy streets of NYC, The Guggenheim Museum and the Met, art galleries, people on the subway, bookstores, all the different food choices,
simply its unique energy! 

New York

Walking to me is the best way to discover and connect to new places.
I love to walk for hours, observing scenes happening around me, and sketching these into new collections.   


Spiders, snakes? No problem! 
I have a slight fear of snails and sea animals - I love to draw them though and find them very fascinating. 

Irrational Fears

I love to work from many different places - at my atelier in Paris, in libraries during travels or at home where I also like to move my desk around.

a flexible Desk