Guide to the Kukryniksy Russian caricature poster C0286
Published by George Mason University Libraries
The Kukryniksy was the name taken on by artists Porfirii Nikitich Krylov (1902-1990), Mikhail Vasil'evich Kupriianov (1903-1991), and Nikolai Aleksandrovich Sokolov (1903-2000) during their long career of collaboration.
12 posters showing examples of the work of Kukryniksy. The posters are in a cover that is dated 1977, but undated individual posters were probably created in the early 1970s and prior to that. The subject matter is largely related to the Cold War. All of the words in the posters are in Cyrillic script.
Organized by subject.
There are no access restrictions.
There are no restrictions on personal use. Permission to publish material from Kukryniksy Russian caricature poster collection must be obtained from Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Kukryniksy Russian caricature poster collection, #C0286, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Donated by Thomas Hill in 2009.
Processing completed by Jordan Patty in 2016. EAD markup completed by Jordan Patty in 2016.