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Fan The Flame by People Too

Fan The Flame by People Too

People Too has become widely known for their expertise in crafting the most ornate and miniaturized scenes depicting a truly lifelike atmosphere for their viewers.

In this advertising campaign for Amnesty International entitled Fan The Flame, Lena Erlikh and Aleksey Lyapunov were hired by agency Ogilvy & Mather London to create these astounding paper sculptures which focus on the brutality that can happen all over the world. Amnesty, a non- governmental organization focused on human rights, utilizes their logo, a lit candle, to burn the paper oppressors therefor showing in a literal sense the standing up for human rights. A very brilliant and well executed advertisement.

Fuckopalypse by People Too

Fuckopalypse by People Too

Many may think 2012 is the year of the apocalypse according to the Mayan Calendar. Art Lebedev Studio, designer of the prototype Flashkus, has collaborated with several illustrators and is in the process of designing a calendar entitled "Fuckopalypse" which each month shows a different way that it could all come tumbling down.

One of the collaborating illustrators is the Russian design duo People Too, which have made an incredibly detailed paper depiction of plant life taking over and causing large amounts of chaos at precisely 12:12. Their attention to detail makes for remarkable scenarios like the new years scene that they did. Below you can see their process and more close up details and see more of their work at peopletoo.ru.

Happy New Year by People Too

Russian paper artists Alexei Lyapunov and Lena Ehrlich make up the talented duo known as People Too and they have recently completed another astoundingly detailed piece just in time for the new year.