Plakat

Plakat

 

(Posters), a specialized publishing house of the Central Committee of the CPSU. Founded in 1974, Plakat is located in Moscow. It annually publishes about 500 political posters, including thematic exhibition series, as well as all types of printed visual materials for agitational purposes. The total number of printed copies of all publications exceeds 300 million annually. Many publications are distributed by subscription. A center of scientific methodology operates under the auspices of Plakat. One of the center’s aims is to conduct sociological research on the effectiveness of visual agitation and propaganda. Plakat regularly organizes nationwide contests for the best political poster.

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Chopin: poster Polish = affiche polonaise = plakat polski.
In exhibition, the film is invariably accompanied by a 2007 series of verres eglomises, whose point of origin in '20s and '30s Japanese typography is suggested by their being titled after layout formats used in graphic design, such as Aushang (notice), Plakat (poster), and Tabloid.
Das von Peeter Laurits gestaltete und in zwei Grossen gedruckte Plakat bildet den Akademiker Wiedemann und sein aus der Sicht der estnischen Sprache bedeutsamstes Werk ab.