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From Wikipedia.. Belka (Белка, literally, "Squirrel", but as a dog's name most likely means "Whitey", from Russian: "белый" (for "white")) and Strelka (Стрелка, "Little Arrow") spent a day in space aboard Korabl-Sputnik-2 (Sputnik 5) on August 19, 1960 before safely returning to Earth. They were accompanied by a grey rabbit, 42 mice, 2 rats, flies and a number of plants and fungi. All passengers survived. They were the first Earth-born creatures to go into orbit and return alive. …
Rene Mederos. Pop Art y propaganda.
Su característico estilo estableció un standard en el diseño de carteles en Cuba e influyó probablemente, gracias a la exportación de la Rev...
The enemy is crafty be alert Vintage Soviet propaganda | Etsy
This Soviet propaganda poster: The enemy is crafty - be alert! This poster from World War II calling for secrecy, and to be a patriot. Artist: V. Ivanov 1945. --------------------------------------------------------------- DEAR CUSTOMERS, if you buy a THREE pictures, the fourth will receive a GIFT
The Black Panthers' Emory Douglas on the power of graphic design | Design Week
As a black teenager growing up in East Sheen, I was inspired by the historical contribution of the Black Power and Civil Rights Movement in the US, and influenced by leading black political figures and community activists such as Malcolm X and Martin Luther King; Stokely Carmichael and H. Rap Brown; Huey Newton and Bobby Seale – and the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in particular. The Black Panthers’ base in Oakland, California was a universe away from the genteel, suburban niceties…
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Dedicated to all things "geek retro:" the science fiction/fantasy/horror fandom of the past (1910s-1970s), including pin up art, novel covers, pulp magazines, and comics.
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The communist art of René Mederos, Cuban propagandist for Vietnamese revolution
“Como en Viet Nam,” ca. 1970 Retrospectives on communist art and design are often dominated by some pretty inaccessible (and sometimes downright godawful) aesthetics. For example, many people find the grey boxes of GDR architecture a bit alienating, and while I personally adore it for kitsch value, most folks don’t dig on Socialist Realism paintings, as all that beatific portraiture of Stalin can get overwhelmingly corny. Dictators and stark buildings are not however, the whole and sum of…
Death to World Capitalism / Oppressed colonial nations shall | Etsy
Death to World Capitalism! I. Rabichev Oppressed colonial nations shall rise up against Imperialism under the banner of the Proletarian Revolution. Moscow, Leningrad 1932 Russia is by no means the birthplace of the poster, but it is namely she who was destined to eventually lead the world in