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Sobre los iconos revitalizados y sobre cómo el encargado de un edificio revitaliza a los siempre activos sacerdotes.
[Parte superior izquierda]
Tres arañas campesinas se reúnen para calentarse y tratar sus huesos con vapor alrededor de un samovar enorme.
Las reconocerás cuando las mires. Todas son tus amigas, “el sacerdote simplón, el tendero y la araña regional, el kulak.”
[Traducción parcial]

Sobre los iconos revitalizados y sobre cómo el encargado de un edificio revitaliza a los siempre activos sacerdotes. [Parte superior izquierda] Tres arañas campesinas se reúnen para calentarse y tratar sus huesos con vapor alrededor de un samovar enorme. Las reconocerás cuando las mires. Todas son tus amigas, “el sacerdote simplón, el tendero y la araña regional, el kulak.” [Traducción parcial]

Número de Cartel: PP 597
Información sobre el cartel: This poster was produced by "Atheist", a firm created in 1922 in Moscow by P.A. Krasikov and I.A. Shpitsberg to publish works criticizing religion. By 1931 "Atheist" was taken over by Bezbozhnik or "Godless", an anti-religious newspaper of the League of Militant Atheists.
Tamaño: 29x23
Tipo de cartel: Lithograph
Fecha de publicación: c.1925
Número de Glavlit: 29906
Información en el catálogo: PP 597 Communist Culture b
Artista: Illegible Name — Неразборчивое Имя
Imprenta: Typolithography Workshop of Geokartprom of the V.T.U. (Military Topographic Directorate of the Soviet Army), Moscow — Типо-Литография Геокартпрома В.Т.У. (Военно-топографическое управление), Москва
In 1918, the Soviets nationalized the Moscow printing works of brothers Wilhelm Theodor Mehnert and Herman Julius Mehnert at 9 Bol'shaia Polianka (later named Soviet Street). The building housing the printer was first occupied by the Julius Kirsten printing firm. Upon its nationalization, the Soviets placed Mehnert printing under Geokartprom, a State-owed trust of the Commissariat of Defense that centralized government-mapping projects. Geokartprom printed atlases and maps solely for military and government use. While it did map ...
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Editorial: Atheist Publishing House, Moscow — Издательство Атеист, Москва
Atheist Publishing House existed from 1922 until 1930 at 1 Granatnyi Alley in Moscow. The publishing house was developed by P.A. Krasikov and I.A. Shpitsberg to disseminate works criticizing religion. By 1931, "Atheist" was taken over by the anti-religious newspaper Bezbozhnik (Godless) that was produced by the League of Militant Atheists.
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