An interesting example of late Soviet commercial art (no, that’s not an oxymoron) is this one, the cover to the literature for the SP-88 concrete pile cutter, from 1989. The array of cubes on the cover represents square concrete piles; the one in the lower left hand corner has been cut. An interesting graphic presentation.
More information on this machine:
- Overview of the Concrete Pile Cutter
- Operations manual for the machine
- How Vulcan, five years after the publication of this brochure, managed to finally get the rights to the cutter, a strange story