Cum si-au imaginat artistii sovietici viata comunista in spatiu / How Soviet Artists Imagined Communist Life in Space

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Artists from the Soviet Union didn’t just imagine a worker’s Utopia on Earth. They also thought that the great communist experiment would eventually reach other worlds, too. Here are some incredible works of art and conceptual design that put the Soviet Union in space.

 

Station Moon, a Soviet children’s book by Pavel Klushantsev, 1965 and 1974

The Moon Station Dome, by Andrei Sokolov

An untitled work of V. Burmistrov

 

Bases on outer planets, imagined by Andrei Sokolov, mid-1960s

Journey Into Cosmos, written by M. Vasilijev, illustrated by A.S.Sysoyev,

N.V. Shchelznyaka and N.M. Kolchitskogo, 1958

 

A mining facility on the Moon, from The Milestones of the Space Epoch, 1967, by M. Vasiliev

 

A city and a superhighway, by Sergei Gavrish

A community under the surface of Moon, from Tekhnika Molodezhi

 

From the cover of Tekhnika Molodezhi (Youth Technics), September 1964

 

A base with a circular tunnel, by N. Kolchitsky, 1949

 

A miniature Moon base from the cover of Tekhnika Molodezhi (Youth Technics), August 1953

 

Bonus: An illustration from Soviet Cities on the Moon?, an article from Science Digest, February 1958

 

Sursa:  Adina Lupu - http://io9.com/how-soviet-artists-imagined-communist-life-in-space-1558140402/+Vincze_Miklos

 

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