Although Russia's Sputnik launch in 1957 was the country's highlight during the great space race, inspiring amazing accomplishments by NASA, USSR geeks never stopped envisioning a tech-powered future.
Now some of that imagination has been rediscovered via a series '60s retro-future magazine covers. The magazine was called the Journal of Technology, and it delivered some truly amazing artistic visions of the future. From flying cars to wristwatch televisions to brain-controlled exoskeletons, the technological visions depicted are pretty awesome. Fans of constructivist art will also find that the style was applied to some of our favorite sci-fi themes. You can see a few of the art pieces in the gallery below.