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“The Mayor’s Tongue”, designed by Jonathan Gray/Gray318. Love the playful reference to Italian Futurist FT Marinetti. #bookcovers

“The Mayor’s Tongue”, designed by Jonathan Gray/Gray318. Love the playful reference to Italian Futurist FT Marinetti. #bookcovers

Branko Ve Poljanski, Cover of Dada-Jok, (1922) It is uncertain whether the anti-Dada journal Dada-Jok, put out by Ljubomir Micic’s brother under the pseudonym Branko Ve Poljanski, was a direct response to Dragon Aleksic’s Dada-Tank, or whether it had been planned earlier. Nevertheless, both publications appeared in June, 1922 in Zegrab. The title of the journal reads “Dada-No” in Turkish. It has been suggested that Dada-Jok’s anti-dada stance is more truly Dada than Aleksic’s affirmative…

Branko Ve Poljanski, Cover of Dada-Jok, (1922) It is uncertain whether the anti-Dada journal Dada-Jok, put out by Ljubomir Micic’s brother under the pseudonym Branko Ve Poljanski, was a direct response to Dragon Aleksic’s Dada-Tank, or whether it had been planned earlier. Nevertheless, both publications appeared in June, 1922 in Zegrab. The title of the journal reads “Dada-No” in Turkish. It has been suggested that Dada-Jok’s anti-dada stance is more truly Dada than Aleksic’s affirmative…

An interesting combination of typography, graphic elements, texture and photography.  The placement of the elements lends a sense of movement and fills the space without feeling overwhelming.

An interesting combination of typography, graphic elements, texture and photography. The placement of the elements lends a sense of movement and fills the space without feeling overwhelming.

As the first Soviet leader famously declared, cinema was nothing less than “the most important art,” which was used by the new government to carry its messages across to the people. This RIA Novosti collection features the images of early Soviet movie posters. Photo: A poster for the film Man with a Movie Camera by Dziga Vertov, 1929.

As the first Soviet leader famously declared, cinema was nothing less than “the most important art,” which was used by the new government to carry its messages across to the people. This RIA Novosti collection features the images of early Soviet movie posters. Photo: A poster for the film Man with a Movie Camera by Dziga Vertov, 1929.

Dada: inspiring for many reasons.  Great art or art movements can be the result of turbulence, trauma, and change.  Important to remember!

Dada: inspiring for many reasons. Great art or art movements can be the result of turbulence, trauma, and change. Important to remember!

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