Aleksandr Rodchenko and Vladimir Mayakovsky, Advertising poster for Red October cookies, 1923

Christina Kiaer: “Into Production!”: The Socialist Objects of Russian Constructivism

"I only speak Triolet."  Mayakovsky outside the Soviet Embassy in Paris, 1925

"I only speak Triolet." Mayakovsky outside the Soviet Embassy in Paris, 1925

(by a. rodchenko) by the fireplace at the briks'

rodchenko) mayakovski by the fireplace at the briks'

vladimir mayakovsky. pro eto cover ontwerp, 1923 © alexander rodchenko  v. stepanova archive, moscow house of photography

kvetchlandia: “ Aleksandr Rodchenko Cover for Vladimir Mayakovsky’s Poem “Pro Eto,” Moscow 1923 ”

“i stroke all the little dogs for you. i love you definitively for my whole life. your lilya.” Lily Brik to Vladimir Mayakovsky, Riga to Moscow, November 1921

“I stroke all the little dogs for you. I love you definitively for my whole life. Your lilya.” Lily Brik to Vladimir Mayakovsky, Riga to Moscow, November 1921

MoMA | The Collection | Kazimir Malevich and Vladimir Mayakovsky. Patriotic propaganda postcards with verse by Vladimir Mayakovsky. 1914

Patriotic propaganda postcard with verse by Vladimir Mayakovsky. Patriotic propaganda postcards with verse by Vladimir Mayakovsky.

lili brik 1922

Lily Brik - Portrait for the poster Knigi (Books), 1924 - probably the best known Rodchenko's photo

Costume art by Vladimir Mayakovsky for the play "Mistery-Bouffe". Seven Pairs of the Unclean.  1919

Vladimir Mayakovsky – Costume Art for the Seven Pairs of the Clean and the Seven Pairs of the Unclean from the production of his play, Mystery-Bouffe

a. rodchenko - mayakovsky's apartment on lubyansky passage

rodchenko - mayakovsky's apartment on lubyansky passage

after his suicide, april 14, 1930

after his suicide, april 1930

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