We've been chomping at the bit for years now looking for a nice anthology of Soviet-era graphics produced in Russia during the magic decade 1917-1927. At last we've found one, but we had to go all the way to Japan to find it! This elegantly produced 320-page softcover is overflowing with excellent full color reproductions of the glorious works that emanated from the hands, hearts and minds of the true believers that gave their all to the revolution, before being so cruelly betrayed. Anyone with a passion for works of visual art cannot fail to be energized by the works collected here. Rodchenko, Stepanova, Kandinsky, Malevich, El Lissitzky, Popova, Goncharova, the Stenberg brothers, and many, many others created works that remain vital today. We posted a propagandistic preview on Ello, HERE. It is a (semi)bi-lingual edition: yes, most of the book is in Japanese, but there is enough English text to guide readers, and, really, you're here for the images. Once we sell out, who knows when -- or even if -- we'll get more... Don't miss this one!