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1922 Cover of the avant guard periodical 'Vyeshch' designed by El Lisstzky, one of the first designers to abandon the classical rules of typography and advocate asymmetrical layouts, geometric shapes, a limited range of colors, and sans serif letter-forms.   He's considered the first person to apply modern art techniques to typography.

Page: Cover of the avant guard periodical 'Vyeshch' Artist: El Lissitzky Completion Date: 1922 Style: Constructivism Genre: design Tags: designs-and-sketches, magazines, covers, Vyeshch'

Proun Artist: El Lissitzky Completion Date: 1922 Style: Constructivism

El Lissitzky – was born Lazar Markovich Lisitskii in 1890 in Pochinok, in the Russian province of Smolensk, and grew up in Viteb.

El Lissitzky, Study for a page of The Story Of Two Squares: A Suprematist Tale in Six Constructions, 1929: “They fly to earth from very far away.”

El Lissitzky, Study for a page of The Story Of Two Squares: A Suprematist Tale in Six Constructions,

Cover of the avant guard periodical 'Vyeshch' - El Lissitzky

«El Lissitzky designed the Constructivist cover of Veshch–Gengenstand–Objects and edited it with Ilya Ehrenberg He also designed the Soviet Pavillion at Pressa

El Lissitzky (b. 1890 - d. Russian), "PROUN Drawing materials various, Size: Height 56 cm.), at Private Collection.

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