use of colour to separate or highlight something in an image that may not have been obvious before.

This is very complex because of the cranes and the way they have almost moulded together into one image. I like the fact that there's use of colour to separate or highlight something in an image that may not have been obvious before.

Kiev Soviet Architecture photography by ked-pled (LEGO Research A Level Architecture)

Visions of an Industrial Age // Kiev Soviet Architecture photography by ked-pled

Alexander Rodchenko  Hanging Spatial Construction no. 9 (Circle in a Circle), 1920-1921/1993  Plywood of peach-tree. 90 x 80 x 85 cm  Galerie Gmurzynska Zug

evocativesynthesis: “ Rodchenko, Hanging Sculpture, 1920 (via Counterlight’s Peculiars: The Russian Avant-Garde Part Constructivism) ”

george chakhava & zurab jalaghania: ministry of highways of (the soviet republic of) georgia | 1975

George Chakhava & Zurab Jalaghania, Ministry Of Highways Of The Soviet Republic Of Georgia, Brutalist Architecture

Russian Poster - Red  http://news.stanford.edu/news/2005/november30/crowds-113005.html

Cantor Center’s 'Revolutionary Tides' examines the language of political posters

Soviet poster, Let’s build a dirigible squadron in the name of Lenin!

russian constructivism

Constructivism – Brett

Georgii and Vladimir Stenberg - 1929 construtivist movie poster for the film The Man With a Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov)

Soviet brutalist architecture... or unseen Gerry and Sylvia Anderson pilot?

The Central Research and Design Institute for Robotics and Technical Cybernetics, St Petersburg, Russia. Found in Cosmic Communist Constructions Photographed, by Frederic Chaubin

Tatlin's Tower. Vladimir Tatlin was a Russian & 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, and he later became an important artist in the Constructivist movement. He is most famous for his design for The Monument to the Third International, more commonly known as Tatlin's Tower, which he began in 1919.

Monument to the Third International

Iakov Chernikhov, Constructivism

Here are a few examples of perspectives and an axo from Russian Constructivist architect and graphic designer Iakov Chernikhov.

The Lost Vanguard: Soviet Modernist Architecture, 1922-32

Gallery of The Lost Vanguard: Soviet Modernist Architecture, 1922-32 - 1

'Shabolovka Radio Tower, Moscow, Russia' by English photographer Richard Pare The tower was designed in 1922 by Russian engineer & architect Vladimir Shukhov via arch daily

iakov chernikhov. | [too much hot sauce kills brain cells]

iakov chernikhov.

Visionary architect and artist Iakov Chernikhov – produced gorgeous conceptual architectural renderings that were years ahead of their time; his designs bore remarkable resemblance to the modernist architecture of the late century.

Soviet Brutalist architecture

"Soviet Brutalist architecture is beautiful and strange, much of it like some odd abandoned spaceship, long-forgotten Hollywood Sci-Fi set .

Russian Constructivism a movement that was active from 1913 to the 1940s

Model for the Monument to the Third International - Vladimir Tatlin - One of the prominent artists of the Soviet Constructivism era was Vladimir Tatlin. Tatlin is considered one of the founders of.

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