Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

Soviet setting meets American pin-up style in the art of Valeriy Barykin. Another collection of the Russian artist for bright emotions and inspiration!

Above – “Do not be late for production work”

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

“Do not waste working minutes!”

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

Встречайте потрясающий пин-ап в стиле советских плакатов от художника Валерия Барыкина

‘Pioneer, keep the distance!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Soldier must endure combat hardships with courage” – from the Soviet military regularion.

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Do not enter! Deadly danger!”

“The sun began shining in the sky, clouds hid behind the houses. Police shoulder straps make girls go mad!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Shall we fly?”

“Feature film: Scout’s personal – 2”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Pioneer is the example for all guys!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Pioneer sticks to the rule: Clean up the mess when you’re finished with your meal!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Improve your health in the pioneer camp!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Neptune’s Day”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Move forward, detachments of Red Pathfinders!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Workers of the TV studio, make sure that your actions are coordinated while preparing for live stream!”

“I am asking to be sent to the toughest place!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Say “NO” to hard drinking! Do not rise to the bait: “One more round!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Get in for a drive!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Worked hard? Take a good rest!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“To Moscow by train!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“To Moscow by car!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Help out a novice driver!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Give all the salary to your wife!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“High-quality service to every client!”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

“Have you been working today well?”

Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style

 

5 thoughts on “Posters By Valeriy Barykin In the Soviet Pin-Up Style”

  1. This is really superb artwork; clearly, the artist has a great talent.
    However, it is not clear when these works were produced, and who was the intended audience.
    While the artworks portray a very healthy and uplifting lifestyle, this is not what life in Russia is known to have been. It portrays a utopia filled with fantasies both material and spiritual.
    So what was the purpose of these works, and who actually got to view them?
    Where were they published?
    Assuming it was in Russia, what was the response of the Russian people who got to see them?

    Reply
    • Dear William
      Although the talent of the graphic artist is undeniable, these portraits are merely utopian, even for life in America.
      I believe that the objective is only to portray “ideal” situations, however impossible, due to the individuality of each one and the social model according to the time and historical circumstances.
      As I say, Russia is not Europe, Asia or America.
      Russia is Russia and it will always be so !!!

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