Aleksandr Deineka - At the Press, Illustration for ‘Prozhektor’, 1931

Aleksandr Deineka - At the Press, Illustration for ‘Prozhektor’, 1931

Poster project by Rosalia Moisevna Rabinovich, ca 1930, The Highest Cadences. .

Poster project by Rosalia Moisevna Rabinovich, ca 1930, The Highest Cadences. .

I have a thing for Russian propaganda posters - I like the use of color and the strong imagery.

I have a thing for Russian propaganda posters - I like the use of color and the strong imagery.

Look out for splashes! They can burn you

Look out for splashes! They can burn you

Dimitri Moor (or Dmitry Stakhievich Orlov) changed the face of graphic design in Soviet Russia back in 1918. His work dominated both the Bolshevik Era (1917–1921) and the New Economic Policy (1921–1927). The main theme of Moor’s work is the stark contrast between the oppressive evil and the heroic allies. A lot of pressure was put on Russian workers to rise up against imperialism.

Dimitri Moor (or Dmitry Stakhievich Orlov) changed the face of graphic design in Soviet Russia back in 1918. His work dominated both the Bolshevik Era (1917–1921) and the New Economic Policy (1921–1927). The main theme of Moor’s work is the stark contrast between the oppressive evil and the heroic allies. A lot of pressure was put on Russian workers to rise up against imperialism.

Alexander Alexandrovich Deineka (Russian, 1899-1969) - "Italian workers on bicycles", 1935

Alexander Alexandrovich Deineka (Russian, 1899-1969) - "Italian workers on bicycles", 1935

Workers

Workers

crazy worker.

crazy worker.

Invent! Make way for the workers' mother wit!

Invent! Make way for the workers' mother wit!

1928. soviet book cover, worker

1928. soviet book cover, worker

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