3 Soviet Reality In Cool Ironical Illustrations

Soviet Reality In Cool Ironical Illustrations

Posted on May 9, 2019 by team


They are really close to that reality and the details are amazingly accurate. Salt fish put on newspapers in the kitchen and eaten with vodka, condensed milk in the cans whose design has not been changes for many many years, long queues for food or some bureaucratic documents, TV set leisure and crowded buses… Let’s just say thanks to the author of these illustrations, an artist from Donetsk Angela Jeriche.

“Morning symphony”.

“I gonna feed you now”.

“Please do not yak on the telephone”.

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“This one has the coolest tights!”

“Calm down, Masha! I am Dubrovsky”.

“Cucumber lovers”.

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3 responses to “Soviet Reality In Cool Ironical Illustrations”

  1. Lev Tolstoy says:

    In certain ways, Russian visual art is becoming more and more like Russian literature, and that can only be a good thing, both for Russia and for the rest of the world, too.

  2. Leigh says:

    I really like art, and I love how this stuff tells a story in each picture, but its a random story, that most people aren’t going to get, because its someone’s experience, a snap shot.. There is a hint of comedy, of every day things, that were but may be no more, and other things that seem timeless. I would like to visit Russia one day, but first I will learn the language, There is a lot I would like to see there.

  3. SPG says:

    TV shows “Seventeen moments of spring” on 2nd image. Absolute must.

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