Alexander Rodchenko, Figure in a Circle, 1920-1922

Alexander Rodchenko, Figure in a Circle, 1920-1922

Aleksander Rodchenko : Design Is History

Aleksander Rodchenko : Design Is History

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko KAKAO 1924

Alexander Rodchenko KAKAO 1924

Advertising Poster for the state airline ‘Dobrolet’ 1923    by Alexander Rodchenko

Advertising Poster for the state airline ‘Dobrolet’ 1923 by Alexander Rodchenko

Born in Russia in 1891 Rodchenko became an artist and designer of many mediums including painting, photography, sculpture, advertising and packaging. Heavily influenced by the upheaval surrounding the Russian revolution of 1917, he was one of the most prolific constructivist artists of the period. He was also a member of the Productivists, which pushed for the introduction of art into every day life, a concept which in many ways describes modern day graphic design.

Born in Russia in 1891 Rodchenko became an artist and designer of many mediums including painting, photography, sculpture, advertising and packaging. Heavily influenced by the upheaval surrounding the Russian revolution of 1917, he was one of the most prolific constructivist artists of the period. He was also a member of the Productivists, which pushed for the introduction of art into every day life, a concept which in many ways describes modern day graphic design.

Aleksandr Rodchenko- Sokolniki Park, 1929

Aleksandr Rodchenko- Sokolniki Park, 1929

1923, Become a shareholder at (the state airline) for 1 Rubel - Alexander Rodchenko

1923, Become a shareholder at (the state airline) for 1 Rubel - Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko

Alexander Rodchenko

@-ROUND the world with Google Earth : Vladimir Mayakovsky "A Conversation with a Tax-collector about Poetry”, designed by the great Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1926.  Mayakovsky defined his rhyme in this important agitprop poem as "a keg of dynamite".

@-ROUND the world with Google Earth : Vladimir Mayakovsky "A Conversation with a Tax-collector about Poetry”, designed by the great Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1926. Mayakovsky defined his rhyme in this important agitprop poem as "a keg of dynamite".

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