Maiakovskii

Maiakovskii

 

(until 1940, Bagdadi), an urban-type settlement, administrative center of Maiakovskii Raion, Georgian SSR. Located on the Khanistskali River (a tributary of the Rioni), 19 km southeast of the Rioni railroad station (on the Samtredia-Khashuri line). The settlement has a cannery, a winery, and a furniture factory. A people’s theater is in Maiakovskii. V. V. Mayakovsky was born in the village of Bagdadi in 1893; a museum is located there.

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Vladimir Maiakovskii and Aleksandr Rodchenko, both of whom had produced agitational texts and posters during the civil war, applied the principles of constructivist art and design to give to the architecture and advertisements of state enterprises a bold look that provided alternatives to pre-Soviet models.
Maiakovskii developed a series of sequentially numbered agitational wrappers for Mossel'prom's Red Star caramels.
Maiakovskii and Rodchenko collaborated on such agitational advertisements in the mid-1920s, setting out in new textual and visual, as well as commercial directions.
It is preceded by the prose of Akhmatova, Belyi, Blok, Gippius, Esenin, Mandelshtam, Mariengof, Maiakovskii, Pasternak, Voznesenskii, Vysotskii, and Zhukovskii.