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Soviet Logos – Never Published Logos & Trademarks Designed in the USSR


Soviet Logos is a modest Instagram account, showing never published logos and trademarks, designed in the USSR.

The Soviet Logos are siloed on Instagram, and have been curated by Rokas Sutkaitis @rokassutkaitis

Each individual logo does have additional information, such as: the logo designs' purpose; where in Soviet Russia it was designed; and if available, when it was designed.

Would really love to see more of these, and hope more are to come. Not sure how frequently, or infrequently, Rokas updates this Instagram account, so we'll see…

 

Soviet Logos - Never Published Logos & Trademarks Designed in the USSR

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