Agitprop art (or the art of agitation) was used to manipulate ideological beliefs, specifically to spread the ideals of Communism in Russia in the period immediately following the 1917 revolution. The term ‘agitprop’ (an abbreviation for agitation propaganda: ‘agitational propaganda’) was first used shortly after the Revolution, and the Communist Party established the Department of Agitation and Propaganda in 1920.
In 1907, Adamovich travelled to Italy to study decorative painting after graduating from Moscow’s Strogonov School of Art and Industrial Design. In 1909, he returned to Russia to paint murals in both St Petersburg and Moscow. He worked in the art department of the State Porcelain Factory after the First World War (known as the Imperial Porcelain Factory before the Russian Revolution and, after 1925, the Lomonosov State Porcelain Factory).
Ruslan Khasanov is a graphic designer based in Russia. Its motto ? “Beauty is everywhere.” Thus, in his work, he plays with his creativity and emphasizes simple elements of everyday life. In his project entitled “MAC Cosmetics”, he created a content using and mixing liquids from the american cosmetics brand. The bright colors of each product offers a brilliant result. To discover on Behance.