When the World Ends: Works by Vladimir Manyuhin

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 14, 2012
Everyone has their vision of the end of the world, the apocalypse, when nature, aliens, or war catches up to us. Some think it will be a bomb, some think global climate change, I think that British boy band The Wanted. Russian digitial artist creates his "life after the apocalypse" illustrations with Photoshop and 3DMax, and they are stunning to behold, even if we hope he is wrong.

The Graphic Works of Russia's Anatoly Fomenko

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
Anatoly Fomenko, a Soviet and Russian mathematician born in 1945, feels the need for expressing abstract mathematical concepts through artwork. Since the mid-1970s, Fomenko has created more than 280 graphic works. Not only have his images filled pages of some of his own books on geometry, but they have also been chosen to illustrate books on other subjects by many other mathematicians...

The Work of Russia's Kathy Murysina

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 29, 2012
"...after all of these unexpected developments in my life, I started to think about death. It's not high philosophic thoughts, it's just some shapes and colors and feelings. Main question which have been in my head was 'What does happen with the human when the body stops working?' This illustration is not answer..."

Street Faces From Russia

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Based in Russia and often-altering existing structures into faces, Nomerz bring a wide range of expression to the street. We approve of giving inanimate public structures a personality. Watch the video after the jump...

Bang-Bang Handle by Nikita Kovalev

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 06, 2012
Russian designer Nikita Kovalev has created something that will make the entry to your home/apartment a more adventurous task: the bang-bang handle, a gun as door handle creation. Perhaps your parents won't like it, but we do.

Inside a Russian Rocket Plant by Lana Sator

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 19, 2012
Access is a powerful tool, and these photos by Lana Sator inside a Russian rocket plant is an eerie, beautiful series. From what we gather in our research, she snuck into the rocket factory to snap these photos, which makes this even better in our book. These towers appear almost as if they are on the set of a really, really good Ridley Scott movie. The best part is that this is an active rocket factory...

Slogan by Andrei Monastyrski (1977)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
We had never seen this work before from Russian artist, poet, writer, and theoretician, Andrei Monastyrski, but this banner, placed at a viewing point of the Statue of Liberty, reads “I do not complain about anything and i almost like it here, although i have never been here before and know nothing about this place."

Timelapse: A Russian Pipe Plant Gets Painted

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 22, 2011
Some people like to show timelapse videos of beautiful murals, graffiti pieces, or paintings being made. We at Juxtapoz found this timelapse video of a pipe plant being painted in Russia to be very interesting, so much so we think you will like it, too.

Photography by Sonia and Mark Whitesnow

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
What we know is that husband-wife photography duo, Sonia and Mark Whitesnow, are based in Kirov, Russia. We know they create conceptual series using a very clean backdrop and mostly female models. And this image in particular was a striking stop-you-in-your-tracks moment this morning.

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Vader by Dmitry Dyachkov

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 09, 2011
We have seen this image pop up on the Internet a few times now, and we think it is just way too funny to not pass along. Dmitry Dyachkov created the Russian Orthodox Patriarch Vader, and its exactly as it sounds.
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