“The Theory of Relativity Does Not Work Without Me”

  • Marina Tkacheva BSUEL; Center for Independent Social Research; Union of Journalists of Russia


The article presents Vladimir Deikun’s creative works and projects, as well as his teaching principles. His book illustrations and exhibition designs are analyzed. His creative works are featured in the context of linguistic processes and the dynamics of the Irkutsk design.


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How to Cite
TKACHEVA, Marina. “The Theory of Relativity Does Not Work Without Me”. project baikal, Russian Federation, n. 51, p. 30-35, mar. 2017. ISSN 2309-3072. Available at: <http://www.projectbaikal.com/index.php/pb/article/view/1112>. Date accessed: 17 jan. 2019. doi: https://doi.org/10.7480/projectbaikal.51.1112.


Vladimir Deikun; graphics; poster; design; Alexander Vampilov Cultural Center; script; composition; colour