Kafe Fankoni 1927 Soviet Wood Poster
The term Constructivism was coined by a socially minded group of artists working in the Soviet Union at the end of the Bolshevik Civil War in the early '20s. The Constructivists were young artists who felt that art should have a revolutionary purpose and should contribute to the "construction" of a new communist society, one based on science and modern technology.
This poster was designed by Iakov Timofeevich Ruklewskii in 1927 for a film called Kafe Fankoni. It is baked on sturdy wood, through a proccess known as decoupage. Guaranteed to stand out wherever you decide to place it.
*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)