Liquor and tobacco ads from the Soviet Export magazine, 1957-1989. Read More
Photo by emma_brown.
This amazing artifact came from the Soviet pavilion at Expo 67. Comrades, drink Stolichnaya vodka and do not forget about fruit compote! Read More
Moskvitch 410. Scans by Hugo90.
Another portion of the Soviet export advertising and it’s all about cars this time. Soviet cars weren’t the most comfortable automobiles in the world, but the brands were fancy – Volga, Moskvitch, Zaporozhets. Read More
Scans via jericl cat.
What a stunning brochure of the Soviet pavilion at Expo 58! Remarkable illustrations, good-looking map and scheme, the lovely promo-girl in a bikini advertises leisure in the Soviet Union – what more can you ask for. Read More
“Are you thinking about holidays in the USSR?” Scans by John Coulthard. Click pictures to enlarge.
Sputnik was a Soviet magazine published from 1967 until 1991 by the Soviet press agency Novosti in several languages, targeted at both Eastern Bloc countries and Western nations. It was a digest of the most interesting Soviet news. In addition, the Sputnik touted the achievements of socialist industry. Read More