People Too’s Brilliant Paper Sculptures

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People Too is the name of a Russian paper-craft agency run by two talented artist Lena Erlikh and Aleksey Lyapunov. Hailing from Novosibirsk, the magnificent duo has been creating incredibly detailed sculptures produced out of paper depicting scenes from everyday life. Some of their work is commissioned by various agencies. Recently, they were hired by Amnesty International, a non- governmental organization focused on human rights, for an advertising campaign “Fan the flame”.

We featured People Too’s creations twice in the past – the last time in January 2011. Don’t forget to check them out - they are too good to be missed. Here are some of their more recent works.

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2 comments:

  1. I am really interested in "fan in the flame" sculptures. It has a lot of meaning with my country's history.

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