This month I went to see an exhibit at the MODA in Atlanta of world-renown Luba Lukova's work. I have posted a sampling from the exhibit, snapped with my trusty phone so don't expect Pulitzer photos here. But this gives you an example of her work.
I like her art because it is simple, challenges the mind, and uses little text to get the point across. There is very much a propaganda feel to her style. I don't know if as a Bulgarian, a Soviet influence crept into her style or not, and I don't meant that in a bad way. Hey, they knew how to make propaganda work.
I really like the first poster that I put up here. There are other good ones not shown and it is worth the visit. MODA is less than ten bucks for a ticket and the tour is one floor so can swiftly done on your lunch break if need be. I encourage you to check it out if you get the chance.