Václav Mašek - illustration for the Czech translation of A.A. Blok’s Twelve: A Revolutionary Epic
"Working People are taking back what belongs to them!" Photo collage from the Illustrated Guide to the National Front Government of Czechoslovakia, published by the communist-led Ministry of Information in 1945.
Karel Dudešek - linocut of a proletarian romance, published in his text Balada, 1932, (edition of only 200 copies)
Josef Capek - two full-page color cubo-expressionist linocut prints from the 1927 book Levana and Our Ladies of Sorrow. Images signed by the artist.
Josef Capek - Linocut (1919). One of Capek’s images for the first Czech edition of Apollinaire’s Zone, a landmark text that inspired the 1920s generation of Czech artists.
Entitled, you guessed it, “Barn Fire,” from Todd Oldham’s “Bummer” exhibit at the #wolfsonian #miamibeach #powerofdesign
"Kill the Japs" children’s game produced in the US during WWII. Featured in Todd Oldham’s exhibition "Bummer" at #wolfsonian #powerofdesign