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LEF art magazine 1924

Alexander Rodchenko, covers for the Soviet avant-garde magazine "LEF (Levyi Front Iskusstvo - Leftist Front of the Arts)", co-founded by Vladimir Maïakovski and Ossip Brik,

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Who What When, Stenberg Brothers - original 1924 vintage theatre booklet listed…

LEF, Alexander Rodchenko

1928 Russian Constructivism - Novyi Lef (New Left Front for the Arts) cover designed by Rodchenko using his own photography. Very influential with upcoming Bauhaus designers.

There and back, 1930 by Alexander Rodchenko (1891-1956, Russia)

Vladimir Mayakovsky, Tuda i obratno, cover design by Aleksandr Rodchenko, 1930 Kind of a mirrored/reflected feel to this one that I like

Vhutemas - scuola simile al bhauaus Melevich insegnante ( suprematismo )

Vhutemas - scuola simile al bhauaus Melevich insegnante ( suprematismo )

→ 1927 Russian Rodchenko design avante-garde w/ photos of China | eBay

Sergei Tretyakov, Chzhungo: essays about China (Zhongguo, 中国/中國 is one of the names for China), Cover by Alexander Rodchenko

Aleksandr Rodchenko. "Itogo" by S. Tretyakov. 1924. Cover: offset lithograph; interior: letterpress. 9 1/4 x 6 1/4" (23.5 x 15.7 cm). Gosizdat (State Publishing House). Jan Tschichold Collection, Gift of Philip Johnson. 814.1999. Architecture and Design

"Itogo" by S. Jan Tschichold Collection, Gift of Philip Johnson.

SOVET Constructivist Posters. Documentary "Turksib" SovietArt, 1929

SOVET Constructivist Posters. Documentary "Turksib" /Soviet poster, soviet propaganda, propaganda, ussr, soviet art, USSR, SovietArt, 1929

This is a constructivism poster of a man with building materials for legs and arms. I chose this because it shows how much they are trying to promote Russian constructivism by taking the limbs of a man and replacing them with building blocks.