Heroes From Comic Books On Soviet Posters

Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов

Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов

“Lenin! Friendship forever!”

Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов

Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
“Always with the party!”
Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
“Be proud, Soviet man! You have opened the way to the stars from the Earth!”
Дизайнер из Македонии объединил советские плакаты и героев комиксов
“Right to the stars willfully and courageously! There is no limit to heroism!”

3 thoughts on “Heroes From Comic Books On Soviet Posters”

    • Macedonia like part of the former People’s Republic of Yugoslavia, untied under Tito, a Communist dictator that stood up to Moscow and Soviets politicians, unlike the countries of the former Eastern European Blok. There’s an old Russian immigrant saying, “all the terrible things told about the Soviet Union in the West were indeed true, but all the terrible things they said about the West in Soviet Union propaganda, also turned out to be true.” Maybe especially in regards to how history was taught in the United States. Do you know anything about the history of the countries that were formerly part of Yugoslavia? Probably not. If you did, you would see how obvious the connection. BTW Shepherd Fairy and other American artists have done similar things with “communist propaganda aesthetic”, sometimes, ironically, copyrighting them for sales distribution. Sometimes I feel like I am in a permanent state of facepalming.

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