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Ghostly Photographs of Long Forgotten Soviet Technology

In the middle of the frigid winter, Russian photographer Danila Tkachenko (featured previously) travels great distances to visit places where the relics of Soviet innovation lie abandoned and decaying. Surrounded by the snowy landscape, they stand out as stark silhouettes–ghostly ...
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33 Soviet Propaganda Posters of the Space Age

The Soviet propaganda machine was running strong in the early to mid 20th century, and when it came to their highly successful space program, the artists creating the omnipresent posters had truly hit gold. On 4 October 1957, the country ...
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Haunting Graffiti in the Heart of Abandoned Chernobyl

Art will spread to all corners of the earth and beyond, proven here by these captivating, touching and even haunting images of graffiti around the abandoned area of Chernobyl Ukraine. The artists who created these works are as mysterious as ...
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Future Technology of the Old USSR

Until 1989, the USSR was a dominant world superpower, however their communist system kept tight reigns on what could go in and out of the country. Starting in 1957, the space race between the USA and Russia had the two ...
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Soviet Propaganda Posters of the Second World War

These incredible posters produced by the Soviet Union’s Moscow based news agency, TASS, during the Second World War, show the history of the conflict from a particularly vibrant and often gruesome Soviet perspective. The large prints, reaching between 5 and ...