Communist solidarity homos. Russian and Chinese commie dudes hook up, do some welding, grow some apples, dance around with their black books and raise themselves a non-binary family. Bless the revolution!
Beat the Whites with the red wedge! El Lissitzky, 1920.
Before Stalin artists had freedom to use different artistic styles for pro-Communist propaganda. This abstract poster promotes Communists (Red) in their war against Whites only through shapes and colors.
Some cinema posters of the key Soviet films of “the thaw” epoch
“The thaw” is a name for the period of Nikita Chruschtschow’s rule (1953-1964). The thaw - because after Stalin’s death ideological and political pressure was broken. Process of liberalization embraced all spheres of life.
The thaw was a time when art and culture really flourished. A number of great Russian directors started to work those days: Andrei Tarkovsky, Larisa Shepitko, Alexei German, Elem Klimov.