Paulo Gabriel's Soviet Era Design Makes for Stylish Posters

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Sep 4, 2009   Updated: Aug 10 2011 • References: abduzeedo
Soviet propaganda is the source for cutting edge constructivist design. No, really. Blogger Paulo Gabriel compiled a collection of creations from artists around the globe who use the strong lines, bold colors and block text to enhance their designs.

The style is a hit with band posters, both past and present. Dashboard Confessional and Franz Ferdinand are among the many musical groups that have used the attention-grabbing style of the USSR to gain attention for themselves.

Implications - Constructivism is an amazing platform for design, which is simple and easy to carry out. A brilliant source of information that can make anything look good, constructivism only requires a band, a poster and ta-da, a work of art worthy of envy from all your friends! Stats for Constructivist Creations Trending: Older & Mild
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