Poster reproduction of Russian street poster, currently on display at Tate Modern. Dmitrii Moor’s spectacular Civil War poster, features text in Russian and Tatar, calling upon Muslims to join the Red Cavalry. In this Russian Revolution poster Dmitrii has replaced the hammer and sickle with a crescent and star.
The full slogan reads, “Comrade Mussulman! Under the green banner of the Prophet you fought for your land and villages. But then the enemies of your people took your land. Now under the banner of the workers’ and peasants’ revolution, under the star of the army of all oppressed and working people, join up from the east and west, north and south. Saddle up, comrades! Everyone to the Enlightenment!”
This poster is litho printed on 350 gsm Cyclus Offset Paper and Fasson crack back 80 gsm.
Dimensions of the poster: 93 x 69 cm. Image size: 90 x 66 cm.
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