Posters and Prints

Imagine Moscow Exhibition Poster

Imagine Moscow Exhibition Poster

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Design Museum Exhbition poster Featuring RKP Gustav Klutsis Photomontage, lithography on paper, 1924 Ne boltai! Collection Gustav Klutsis was a pioneering Latvian photographer and major member of the Constructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century. He is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda he produced with his wife and collaborator Valentine Kulagina. Klutsis taught, wrote, and produced political art for the Soviet state for the rest of his life. As the political background degraded through the 1920s and 1930s, Klutsis and Kulagina came under increasing pressure to limit their subject matter and techniques. A3 portrait  Digital print on 120 gsm.
Imagine Moscow Postcard R.S.I. Spartakadia

Imagine Moscow Postcard R.S.I. Spartakadia

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R.S.I. Spartakadia 1928 Moskau Gustav Klutsis Postcard, 1928 Ne boltai! Collection Gustav Klutsis was a pioneering Latvian photographer and major member of the Constructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century. He is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda he produced with his wife and collaborator Valentine Kulagina. Klutsis taught, wrote, and produced political art for the Soviet state for the rest of his life. As the political background degraded through the 1920s and 1930s, Klutsis and Kulagina came under increasing pressure to limit their subject matter and techniques. A6 portrait postcard. Digital print on smooth natural white 400 gsm.
Imagine Moscow Postcard RKP

Imagine Moscow Postcard RKP

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RKP Gustav Klutsis Photomontage, lithography on paper, 1924 Ne boltai! Collection Gustav Klutsis was a pioneering Latvian photographer and major member of the Constructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century. He is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda he produced with his wife and collaborator Valentine Kulagina. Klutsis taught, wrote, and produced political art for the Soviet state for the rest of his life. As the political background degraded through the 1920s and 1930s, Klutsis and Kulagina came under increasing pressure to limit their subject matter and techniques. A6 portrait postcard. Digital print on smooth natural white 400 gsm.
Imagine Moscow Postcard Hotel Resort, Individual House

Imagine Moscow Postcard Hotel Resort, Individual House

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Hotel Resort, Individual House, 1928 Nikolay Sokolov Pencil, india ink, watercolour, application technique on paper. Schusev Museum A6 portrait postcard. Digital print on smooth natural white 400 gsm.
Imagine Moscow Postcard Citizens...

Imagine Moscow Postcard Citizens...

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Citizens… all of you hear and take notice, that there is a library in every train in board restaurant. M.M. Litvak Poster, 1925 Ne boltai! Collection A6 portrait postcard. Digital print on smooth natural white 400 gsm.
Imagine Moscow Postcard The International Day of Working Women

Imagine Moscow Postcard The International Day of Working Women

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The International Day of Working Women Poster paper, 1930 from the Ne boltai! Collection Valentina Kulagina was a Russian painter and book, poster and exhibition designer. She was a central figure in Contructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century alongside El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko and her husband Gustav Klutsis.  She is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda she produced in collaboration with Klutsis. Though Klutsis and Kulagina are known for these official pieces for the government, they also ran a personal art and photography practice, utilising styles such as superimposition and photomontage. A6 portrait postcard. Digital print on smooth natural white 400gsm.
Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR'

Imagine Moscow A3 Print Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR'

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Untitled ‘To the Defence of the USSR’, 1931 Valentina Kulagina Poster paper, 1931 from the Ne boltai! Collection Valentina Kulagina was a Russian painter and book, poster and exhibition designer. She was a central figure in Contructivist avant-garde in the early 20th century alongside El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko and her husband Gustav Klutsis.  She is known for the Soviet revolutionary and Stalinist propaganda she produced in collaboration with Klutsis. Though Klutsis and Kulagina are known for these official pieces for the government, they also ran a personal art and photography practice, utilising styles such as superimposition and photomontage. A3 portrait including border 297 x 420 mm Presented on backing board in cellophane envelope. Digital print on White Silk 250 gsm paper.
Lucienne Day 100 Poster

Lucienne Day 100 Poster

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To celebrate Lucienne Day’s centenary on 5 January 2017, the Robin and Lucienne Day Foundation have launched a poster. It displays a wealth of previously unpublished images from their newly-developed Lucienne Day digital archive. Designed by Studio Fernando Gutierrez. Printed on 200gsm matt coated paper. 50 x 70 cm.
Paul Smith Prints Paul Smith Prints

Paul Smith Prints

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These exclusive Paul Smith Prints have been specially printed by King and McGaw to accompany the Design Museum exhibition 'Hello, My Name is Paul Smith'. The prints feature fifteen of Paul Smiths photographs and are also available framed.
Laver's Law Poster

Laver's Law Poster

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Exclusive Paul Smith 'Laver's Law' Poster. Specially printed by King and McGaw to accompany the Design Museum exhibition 'Hello, My Name is Paul Smith'.
Boxed Set of 12 Signed Limited Edition Paul Smith Flower Prints Boxed Set of 12 Signed Limited Edition Paul Smith Flower Prints

Boxed Set of 12 Signed Limited Edition Paul Smith Flower Prints

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Set of 12 signed, limited edition prints of photos taken by Paul Smith. Designed exclusively to accompany the exhibition, 'Hello My Name is Paul Smith' at the Design Museum. Limited edition of 200. Each set of prints is presented in a gift box.

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