It's wonderful that an idealistic art that was forged in the heat of a genuine revolution (Russian) and was designed 'for the people by the people', still echoes on down the decades. It feels as 'modern' today as it did when it was first produced nearly one hundred years ago.
Our only regret is that it's no longer used to induce the workers to increase wheat production or warn of the dangers of the decadent, bourgeois capitalist system....
Here are two 'modern' takes on that dynamic, angular aesthetic pioneered by the Constructivist Artists and Designers all those years ago.
Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out by stevanhogg