The Design Museum’s Imagine Moscow exhibition opens today. This year marks the centenary of the Russian Revolution and the exhibition recognises what happened in Moscow after the Revolution in design and illustration, but we soon discovered how completely integrated the design and political spheres were.

Contrary to the Royal Academy of Art's focus on artworks produced during (and post) the heart of the Revolution, and the British Library’s diary entries and propaganda materials, the Design Museum takes a unique angle on the design concepts of the 1920s and 1930s in Russia. 

If you haven't managed to pop down to the new Design Museum on Kensington High Street, here's our virtual tour

Image: Imagine Moscow: architecture, propaganda, revolution exhibition. Credit: Luke Hayes.

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