Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 Architects: P.Kalandarishvili, G.Potskhishvili #socialist #brutalism #architecture All rights reserved by Frédéric Chaubin

Georgia, Tblisi, “Andropov’s Ears” 1983 A monumental viewing stand built in 1983 for an official visit to Tibilis of Yuri Andropov, Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet Architects: P.

The Burglar. 'It's amazing how folks just leave their doors unlocked,' he thought as he strolled into the large house.

vintage everyday: Soviet Pin-Up Style – 45 Fun and Flirty Images from the Merging of Soviet Social Posters with American Pin-Up Art Valery Barykin

Very strong visual metaphor in action: no words required for this narrative. Soviet anti-drunkenness poster.

Gorgeous Vintage Soviet Art and Propaganda Posters

Ben Perry’s massive collection of Soviet and Russian propaganda, advertising, and art posters, created between 1917 and offers a beautiful perspective on mid-century design and the modernist aesthetic from the other side of the Iron Curtain.

Vintage Soviet Fashion Art

Vintage Soviet Fashion Art *the resounding question is: is this FATE? Is FATE chosen, or was it by spiritual awakening did she cease in existence?

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I like the length of this poster as it reinforces the size of the dog.

Guess what could happen if we mix American Pin-up illustration style with classic Russian posters! Valery Barykin, a Russian artist made the experiment with an awesome final result!

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Contemporary pinup and illustration work from Novgorod, Russia artist Valery Barykin

Summer Olympics poster

OLYMPIC SPECIAL! Discover the 10 best Olympic poster designs

Official Poster for Moscow Olympic Games, 1980 Vladimir Arsentyev ©Courtesy IOC / Victoria and Albert Museum V: Colour lithograph

Russian poster for KATIA AND THE CROCODILE (Věra Plívová-Šimková, Czechoslovakia, 1965)

movieposteroftheday: Russian poster for KATIA AND THE CROCODILE (Věra Plívová-Šimková, Czechoslovakia, [see also] Designer: unknown Poster source: Posteritati

These vehicle designs look like they were made for a Batman movie, or maybe a space adventure. They're the direct result of the futurist bent in Soviet design. And some of them are just insane. We've got a gallery.

These Soviet Concept Vehicles Are Clearly From An Alternate Universe

Soviet concept cars - above, the Pobeda Sport below, the Torpedo-GAZ, based on the Pobeda with a tubular skeleton in duraluminium More at