Everyone Ever In The World

Everyone Ever In The World

From the artist’s description: Everyone Ever In The World is a visual representation of the number of people to have lived versus been killed in wars, massacres and genocide during the recorded history of humankind. the visualisation uses existing paper area and paper loss (die cut circle) to represent the concepts of life and death respectively.

Designed by The Luxury of Protest (Peter Crnokrak) and produced in a number of editions both printed/die cut and laser cut from 2010-2012.

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