Category: soviet design

USSR-made portable radio receivers from 1950s (via thngs)

USSR-made portable radio receivers from 1950s (via thngs)

USSR-made portable radio receivers from 1960s and 1980s (via…

USSR-made portable radio receivers from 1960s and 1980s (via thngs)

This is a vintage Russian electrical metronome that I picked up…

This is a vintage Russian electrical metronome that I picked up recently. It comes with an original box, but it doesn’t work (probably needs someone who understands the electrical.. stuff). But it’s a thing of beauty! Enjoy.

The words read presto, allegro, moderato, adagio.

Also, this model is called Baby (Малыш).

Moscow Design Museum and Phaidon just released this book about…

Moscow Design Museum and Phaidon just released this book about Soviet design! It’s in English, available on Phaidon and Amazon. It looks awesome!

sovietpostcards: Soviet Design. Red Wealth exhibition in ADAM…

sovietpostcards:

Soviet Design. Red Wealth exhibition in ADAM museum, Brussels (via)

Soviet Design. Red Wealth exhibition in ADAM museum, Brussels…

Soviet Design. Red Wealth exhibition in ADAM museum, Brussels (via)

Tech design of the Soviet Union (via)

Tech design of the Soviet Union (via)

If you’re in Belgium, you must check this out. The Moscow Design…

If you’re in Belgium, you must check this out. The Moscow Design Museum and the ADAM (Brussels Design Museum) present: Soviet Design. Red Wealth, the first of its kind retrospective showcase bringing together daily objects and graphics designed in the USSR in the past century.

Open until 21.05.2018. Info: http://adamuseum.be/expositions-soviet-design-red-wealth/

Now wouldn’t it be great to do a meet-up in Brussels! I wish, I wish 🙂

Tea set manufactured by Baranovsky Porcelain Factory, USSR…

Tea set manufactured by Baranovsky Porcelain Factory, USSR 1960s

(Collection of Moscow Design Museum)

Rigonda radiogram (radio + gramophone) designed by Adolf Irbite,…

Rigonda radiogram (radio + gramophone) designed by Adolf Irbite, in production between 1963 and 1977 (via)