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We’ve Integrated with Klarna to Make Art More Accessible

Soviet posters were often printed by their thousands. But most were thrown away when the movie or movement was over. The rest usually ended off in attics or  basements where water, termites and time slowly destroyed them. The posters that survive today, in good condition, are increasingly rare. As prices continue to rise, finding ways to make art more accessible is something I’ve been thinking about. 

Klarna is a Swedish technology company known for its buy-now pay later business model. When I was growing up, buy-now, pay-later came with hidden fees and predatory interest rates. Instead of charging the customer interest, Klarna charges the retailer. Customers can split the cost of a purchase over several monthly instalments or pay in full up to 30 days later. No interest. No fees. Ever. 

Art isn’t just an investment, it’s a connection. It’s about owning something that resonates on a personal level. By integrating with Klarna and providing free global shipping we’re making art just a little bit more accessible. 

You can use Klarna to shop a few of my favourites below or browse our full collection here.

Paris Blues | East Germany | 1970£500.00
Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future | Poland | 1982£600.00
Tierpark Berlin | East Germany | 1975£450.00
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How We're Building a Purpose Led Business

In 2019, we made the decision to donate 1% of all Comrade Kiev’s revenue to causes that align to our values. Every year, we’re increasing that percentage by 1% until 10% of revenue goes towards supporting impactful causes As a small business, every dollar counts, but our moral obligation cannot wait.


How We’re Building a Carbon Neutral Business

The world needs to move fast to make a difference in the fight against climate change. We all leave an impact on the planet, so we can all play a part in preventing climate change. Comrade Kiev is built around the principle of celebrating objects already in existence rather than creating something new.


The Ethics Behind Art: Our Commitment to Freedom and Equality

Comrade Kiev exists to shine light on the unfamiliar, and to share stories that illustrate the beauty of Soviet design. But sometimes shining a light on the unfamiliar means we must confront the unacceptable. In some countries we’ve visited, the authorities regularly crack down on the media and harass peaceful protesters.


My Journey from Fintech to Fine Art

Before studying business, I studied art. For the last 8 years, I’ve put art to one side in the pursuit of financial stability. It wasn’t something I had growing up, but I knew I wanted to return my focus to art once I had it. My return to art began in 2018. It started with a single poster from a flea market.

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