Russian vision of the future discovered in retro magazine covers

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.

Via BibliOdyssey

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