See People Too's adorable and intricate papercut pet portraits

We've fallen in love with these cute and colourful animals made completely from paper.

Russian duo People Too, made up of Aleskey Lapunov and Lena Erlikh, have created these cute papercut portraits of their pets, and we've fallen in love with them.

The intricate designs have been put together using textured paper as well as crepe paper, and show cats and dogs in colourful attire, surrounded by ornate frames.

People Too have even managed to portray emotions, giving each pet its own personality. Combined with the 3D nature of papercut, we almost expect each of them to jump right out of their frames and wander off.

This was a personal project for the papercut duo, but they've previously worked for clients including Ogilvey and Mather, Amnesty International, Women's Health, Billboard Magazine and The Harvard Business Review.

Image: A closer look at more of People Too's Pet Portraits.

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Image: The only dog in the Pet Portraits series so far is this charming chap.

Image: We really like the detail in the frame surrounding this sly cat.

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