70s Soviet Magazine Covers

The space race gave us great technological advances, but 1970's Soviet Russia also gave us some great images of the future, shown here from a series of psychedelic magazine covers
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Soviet Russia’s ultra-geek magazine Youth’s Technology provided a series of Technicolor covers that projected visions of the nation’s future exploits in space. The 1970’s was a particularly fruitful decade for the magazine’s illustrators, who were clearly given carte blanche to depict all kinds of crazy sci-fi realities, including flying giant broccoli-octopuses, a TV crew rigging up on Jupiter and weird wormhole iPads. The hand-drawn interstellar images reflect the excitement of space exploration as well as the inspiration gained from LCD.

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