Minimalistic Type - This is another form of minimalism, only instead of artist medias it's an example of minimal type. This font plays on the very common knowledge we have of the form and structure of letters, meaning pieces can be left out and we'll still be able to decipher the message intended without too much bother. However, if overly used it may distract readers and audiences from being interested in reading the ad at all.
L. Davidichev's Hands Up! or Enemy No. 1, A novel for young adults was published in the Soviet Union in 1971 with illustrations and typography by R. Bagautdinov. Rifkat Shayfutdinovich Bagautdinov was born in Moscow on July 31, 1938. Here's a little blurb about him, accompanied by a nice melty face on the side. As far as I can gather, this book is about how you can use ultra violent tactics, plus book smarts in math and science, to hunt and kill spies and members of the Nazi party.