Poster reproduction of Russian street poster, currently on display at Tate Modern. Nina Vatolina’s Russian Revolution poster “Fascism – The Most Evil Enemy of Women. Everyone to the Struggle Against Fascism”. Published in 1941, five weeks after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, with an initial print run of 75,000 copies. The woman featured in the poster is actually Nina’s neighbour, who had already seen two of her sons leave for the battlefield.
This poster is litho printed on 350 gsm Cyclus Offset Paper and Fasson crack back 80 gsm.
Dimensions of the poster: 100 x 69 cm. Image size: 97 x 66 cm.
Packaging: The posters are rolled in tubes.
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