This is a small part of the repeat pattern from a decorative chintz of the mid-1920s, part of the huge range of patriotic, optimistic-looking fabric designs from the Soviet Union at that time.
This poster is attributed to Lev Brodaty and was designed in 1917 at the very birth of the Soviet Union. Made from super soft faux suede with canvas back. Measures 45 x 45cm. Machine washable at 30°C. Cushion pad included.
A sentiment library users have; the ability to read books! They are often places full of books to discover. Available with or without polyester fibre inner pad. Care: Machine washable. Do not iron directly onto the text. 100% cotton with zip. Measures 40 x 40...
"Fascism, the Most Evil Enemy of Women" - this extraordinary design by Nina Vatolini was made as the Soviet Union invaded in 1941, and is modelled after the artist's neighbour. Made from super soft faux suede with canvas back. Measures 45 x 45cm. Machine washable...
A part of Iosif Vasilyevich Gerasimovich's poster for the 1928 film The Mullah's Third Wife. The film (now lost) was one of a few pieces of pure entertainment made in the Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic before it was decided that only documentaries should be...