Iakov Chernikhov, Suprematist Composition (1922). Yakov Georgievich Chernikhov was a constructivist architect and graphic designer. His books on architectural design published in Leningrad between 1927 and 1933 are amongst the most innovatory texts of their time.

Iakov Chernikhov, Suprematist Composition Yakov Georgievich Chernikhov was a constructivist architect and graphic designer. His books on architectural design published in Leningrad between 1927 and 1933 are amongst the most innovatory texts of their time.

The constructivist-inspired design of this illustration in the New York Times Book Review led me to the work of illustrator Cristiana Couceiro. Her work evokes Russian avant-garde design of the 20s & 30s, and a beautifully calibrated sense of proportion and balance. https://www.flickr.com/photos/cristianacouceiro/

Jennifer Homans has written the only truly definitive history of ballet, tracing dance across four centuries of wars and revolutions, both artistic and political.

It describes the Russian revolution that took place in 1917. The white circle represents the royalists from the old regime, and the red triangle represents the communists moving in and changing opinion. It has been described as a stylized battle plan for communist victory.

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RUSSIAN AVANT GARDE Poster Red Russian by EncorePrintSociety

movieposteroftheday: “ 1926 Soviet poster for SCRAP IRON (Charles Ray, USA, Designers: Sternberg Brothers Poster source: Heritage Auctions ”

I really like the Russian Avant-Garde style, both in terms of boldness and colour. Logo shouldn't look blatantly like it's in this style, but should take influence from it.

I really like the Russian Avant-Garde style, both in terms of boldness and colour. Logo shouldn't look blatantly like it's in this style, but should take influence from it.

Татлин В.Е. «Угловой контррельеф» Vladimir Tatlin a Russian and Soviet painter and architect. With Kazimir Malevich he was one of the two most important figures in the Russian avant-garde art movement of the 1920s

Vladimir Tatlin - Corner Counter-relief, 1915 Picasso’s works made Tatlin move forward in developing the idea of art. For him it was important not to work only with the form and the color.

Nikolai Sokolov.russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

George Krutikov. russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

Nikolai Sokolov.russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

Michael Ohitovich.russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

George Krutikov. russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

Michael Ohitovich.russian Avant-Garde Constructivism Book Khan-Magomedov

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