Soviet textiles as the tools of education & propaganda

The Soviet State used various ways to spread its vision of communism: movies, art, science fiction novels . . . and even textile patterns

Editor - Stakheev Vladimir, music - Wings of Icaro - "Nana para un Planeta Olvidado", prints - Pattern: Textile and Beyond

These amazing textiles, created in the 1920s, show how the ideas of collectivization, technological progress, military power were woven into the fabric of everyday life in Russia just after the Revolution.

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