30 (Thirty) Days

30 (Тридцать) Дней

Moscow: ZiF, 1925-1930 / GIKhL 1930-1936 / Gozlitzidat 1936-1941

30 (Thirty) Days was an illustrated literary -, art - , and popular scientific monthly published by the Zemlya i Fabrika (Earth and Factory) publishing house from 1925 to 1930 (no. 9), from 1930 (no. 10) to 1935 by the State Publishers for artistic Literature and 1936 -1941 by the State Literature Publishers. The first editor was A. Andreichik. Until 1934 the covers were printed in full colour and designed by well known artists as the Stenberg brothers, Yurii Pimenov and Konstantin Rotov. Pimenov and Rotov worked also as illustrators for the journal. Many illustrations were photographs by famous photographers as Aleksandr Rodchenko and Boris Ignatovich. During 1934 the covers lost their bright attractive designs. The magazine was published until the beginning of the war (June 1941) in a total of 195 issues (9 issues in 1925, 12 issues each year 1926-1940, and 6 issues in 1941).

   

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