Artdesign studio Tsesler-Voichenko is located in Minsk, Belarus. Brilliant Soviet tandem of freelance artists, graphic designers and art directors Vladimir Tsesler and Sergei Voichenko worked in different fields of art. In particular, creating postcards, posters, Lubok painting, steampunk painting, design, photography, drawings, vector space, and copies of classicists. Vladimir Tsesler was born in Slutsk, Belarus, on April 30, 1951. In 1980 he graduated from Academy of Arts, the Department of Design. After graduation he worked in the style of book-art, advertising, many of his works are awarded. Belarusian artist and designer Sergey Voichenko (1955 – 2004) was born in Mariupol, Ukraine but his family moved to Minsk. In 1975 he entered the Academy Of Arts, the Department of Design, where he met his co-author Vladimir Tsesler. Sergey Voichenko got his first award for posters in 1984 for a series of posters called “History of Minsk.” Voichenko and Tsesler exhibited at the State Russian Museum in 2000. In the fall of 2004 Voichenko had a heart bypass surgery, but died only two months later. One month before his death, Voichenko and Tsesler had another exhibition on Montmartre in Paris.