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El Lissitzky's Building Moscow Soviet Book Cover 1929 Wooden Poster

El Lissitzky's Building Moscow Soviet Book Cover 1929 Wooden Poster

Suprematism (Russian: Супремати́зм) is an art movement, focused on basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles, painted in a limited range of colors. It was founded by Kazimir Malevich, El Lissitzky's mentor, in Russia, around 1913. 

Lissitzky believed that art and life could mesh and that the former could deeply affect the latter. He identified the graphic arts, particularly posters and books, and architecture as effective conduits for reaching the public. Consequently, his designs, whether for graphic productions or buildings, were often unfiltered political messages.

This is the cover for the Journal "Building Moscow" that came out in 1929

*Each sign is handcrafted individually, so keep in mind that the final result may vary slightly.

To be technical...

  • Size: 29x36cm
  • Thickness: 7mm
  • Material: Recycled Wood (MDF)

Length 36
Width 29

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  • Product Code: BCS002
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Tags: sign, soviet, propaganda, communist, El Lissitzky, constructivism, suprematism, book, political, moscow, shape, 20s