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"1 maja"

"1 maja"

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1. Mai 1964

1. Mai 1964

Nattino, “Women Advance with the Flag  of the Motherland.” la Unidad Popular (Popular Unity) Poster, Chile, 1970.

Nattino, “Mujer avanza con la bandera dela patria” (“Women Advance with the Flag of the Motherland”) la Unidad Popular (Popular Unity), Chile. Courtesy of Centro de Documentación Salvador Allende.

"These posters by Cuban artist Felix René Mederos Pazos were the product of a trip Mederos took to Vietnam in 1969, on assignment from the Cuban government's Department of Revolutionary Orientation.  Cuban artists often addressed international subjects, in alignment with the Cuban Revolution's political focus. (Other posters produced around this time expressed solidarity with anti-colonial guerrillas in Angola, Black Panthers in Watts, and the people of Hiroshima.)"

Bright 1970 Cuban Propaganda Posters Urging Solidarity With Vietnam

thegameofart:  “ Rodchenko  ”

Alexandre Mikhaïlovitch Rodtchenko 1891 - 1956 Александр Михайлович Родченко Artiste russe à la fois peintre, sculpteur, photographe et designer

...In the name of peace- USSR by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

Posters of the golden age of Soviet cosmonauts: Iraklii Toidze, In the Name of Peace, 1959

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