1. Art by Dan Morris
    Batman is owned by DC Comics

    I did these awhile ago and I’m still really proud of all of them. This was for an alternative comics class that Brian Ralph taught in college and the assignment was “mix an art style and a genre that isn’t normally associated with each other” so I went with Superheroes and Russian Constructivism. 

    Also somehow all of my comics in that Alternative Comics class related to Batman. I don’t know how that happened.

  2. ksensh:

    Белая башня (Водонапорная башня УЗТМ), Екатеринбург.

    1928-1931.

    White tower (water tower of Uralmash), Yekaterinburg, Russia.

  3. grupaok:

El Lissitzky, Room for Constructivist Art, Dresden, 1926

    grupaok:

    El Lissitzky, Room for Constructivist Art, Dresden, 1926

  4. architectureofdoom:

Central Post Office, Kharkiv, Arkady Mordvinov, 1928-29

    architectureofdoom:

    Central Post Office, Kharkiv, Arkady Mordvinov, 1928-29

  5. architectureofdoom:

School in St. Petersburg, built for the 10th anniversary of the Revolution, Grigorii Simonov, 1927-29. Picture by Richard Pare.

    architectureofdoom:

    School in St. Petersburg, built for the 10th anniversary of the Revolution, Grigorii Simonov, 1927-29. Picture by Richard Pare.

  6. architectureofdoom:

Chekists Village: a sickle-shaped collective housing complex in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg) designed by I. Antonov, V. Sokolov and A. Tumbasov, circa 1930. The building was constructed for members of the secret police (NKVD). Currently it serves as a hotel.
The slogan on the building reads ‘Forward in Communism!’

    architectureofdoom:

    Chekists Village: a sickle-shaped collective housing complex in Sverdlovsk (now Yekaterinburg) designed by I. Antonov, V. Sokolov and A. Tumbasov, circa 1930. The building was constructed for members of the secret police (NKVD). Currently it serves as a hotel.

    The slogan on the building reads ‘Forward in Communism!’

  7. arinacretu:

    the Moldovan Government building…

    soviet constructivist architecture not at its best, my opinion. at least it’s mostly surrounded by fir tree :)

    other constructivist buildings in Chisinau

  8. infiniteinterior:

rusakov club, moscow, RU, 1927-29, architect: konstatin melnikov (by Jörn Schiemann)

    infiniteinterior:

    rusakov club, moscow, RU, 1927-29, architect: konstatin melnikov (by Jörn Schiemann)

  9. fourcornerstwodimensions:

    Tatlin’s Tower or The Monument to the Third International is a grand monumental building envisioned by the Russian artist and architect Vladimir Tatlin, but never built. It was planned to be erected in Petrograd (now St. Petersburg) after the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, as the headquarters and monument of the Comintern (the third international).

  10. ilfautsavoir:

Alexander Rodchenko, Girl with a Leica, c. 1934.

    ilfautsavoir:

    Alexander Rodchenko, Girl with a Leica, c. 1934.