Українці створили серію плакатів для іноземців “Від творців борщу”. Фото

  • Режисер і журналіст Андрій Приймаченко з власної ініціативи створив серію англомовних плакатів “від творців борщу”.
    Як пояснює назву серії Андрій, “борщ – бо це єдина суто українська “фішка”, на яку у нас беззаперечні права”.
    “І мені здається, про культуру кожного народу найкраще дізнаватись через кухню”, – розповів Андрій в коментарі “УП.Життя”.
    “Наразі те, що є – пробник, я оцінюю потенціал ідеї. Зараз працюю (вже не сам) над візуальним покращенням та розвитком ідеї. Головна моя аудиторія – закордон. Будемо пробувати пробиватись у їхній інформаційний простір”, – прокоментував Андрій Приймаченко.
    Оскільки першочергова ідея була орієнтуватись на західну аудиторію, усі плакати зроблені англійською мовою.

    • Borshch is a soup of Ukrainian origin that is popular in many Eastern and Central European countries. In most of these countries, it is made with beetroot as the main ingredient. In some countries, tomato is used as the main ingredient, while beetroot acts as a secondary ingredient. Other, non-beet varieties also exist, such as the tomato paste-based orange borscht and green borscht (sorrel soup). Potatoes and cabbage are also standard; some regions have green borscht where cabbage is substituted with green spinach.

      The Antonov An-225 Mriya is a strategic airlift cargo aircraft that was designed by the Soviet Union’s Antonov Design Bureau in the 1980s. The An-225’s name, Mriya (Мрiя) means “Dream” (Inspiration) in Ukrainian. It is powered by six turbofan engines and is the longest and heaviest aircraft ever made with a maximum takeoff weight of 640 tonnes. It also has the largest wingspan of any aircraft in operational service.
      • Euromaidan is a wave of demonstrations, civil unrest and revolution in Ukraine, which began on the night of 21 November 2013 with public protests demanding closer European integration. The scope of the protests expanded, with many calls for the resignation of President Viktor Yanukovych and his government.Many protesters joined because of the violent dispersal of protesters on 30 November and “a will to change life in Ukraine”. By 25 January 2014, the protests had been fueled by the perception of widespread government corruption, abuse of power, and violation of human rights in Ukraine.
        • The R-36 is a family of intercontinental ballistic missiles and space launch vehicles designed by the Soviet Union during the Cold War.
          The missile was given the NATO reporting name SS-18 Satan. It was viewed by certain U.S. analysts as giving the Soviet Union first strike advantage over the U.S., particularly because of its very heavy throw weight and extremely large number of re-entry vehicles. Some versions of the R-36M were deployed with 10 warheads and up to 40 penetration aids and the missile’s high throw-weight made it theoretically capable of carrying more warheads or penetration aids. Contemporary U.S. missiles, such as the Minuteman III, carried up to three warheads at most.
          SS-18 was designed by “Yushmash”, a Ukrainian manufacturer of space rockets, wind turbines, and satellites.
        • “Carol of the Bells” is a popular Christmas carol, composed by Mykola Leontovych with lyrics by Peter J. Wilhousky. The song is based on a folk chant known in Ukrainian as “Shchedryk”.
        • Ivan Pulyui (2 February 1845 Hrymayliv, Ukraine – 31 January 1918 Prague, Czech Republic) was a Ukrainian-born physicist, inventor and patriot who has been championed as an early developer of the use of X-rays for medical imaging.
        • Igor Sikorsky (May 25, 1889 Kyiv, Ukraine  – October 26, 1972 Easton, USA) was a Ukrainian American aviation pioneer in both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft.
          After emigrating to the United States in 1919, Sikorsky founded the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation in 1923, and developed the first of Pan American Airways’ ocean-conquering flying boats in the 1930s.
          In 1939 Sikorsky designed and flew the Vought-Sikorsky VS-300, the first viable American helicopter, which pioneered the rotor configuration used by most helicopters today. Sikorsky would modify the design into the Sikorsky R-4, which became the world’s first mass-produced helicopter in 1942.
        • Serhiy  Korolyov (12 January 1907 Zhytomyr, Ukraine – 14 January 1966 Moscow, Russia) was the lead Soviet rocket engineer and spacecraft designer in the Space Race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1950s and 1960s. He is considered by many as the father of practical astronautics.
        • Olexandr Arkhipenko (May 30, 1887 Kyiv, Ukraine – February 25, 1964 NY, USA) was a Ukrainian avant-garde artist, sculptor, and graphic artist. He was one of the pioneers of cubism in sculpture.
        • Kazimir Malevich (23 February 1879 Kyiv, Ukraine – 15 May 1935 Moscow, Russia) was a Ukrainian painter and art theoretician. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art and the originator of the avant-garde, Suprematist movement.
          His teacher was Mykola Pymonenko, a famous Ukrainian painter.
        • Ivan Piddubny (October 8, 1871 Krasenivka, Ukraine – August 8, 1949 Yeysk, Russia) was a Ukrainian wrestler. He began his sports career around 1900 and his career lasted for about forty years.
          Ivan was a six-time world champion. His nickname was “The Champion of Champions”
          He died undefeated on August 8, 1949.
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        • Ilya Mechnikov (15 May 1845 Kharkiv oblast, Ukraine – 15 July 1916 Paris, France) was a Ukrainian biologist, zoologist and protozoologist, best known for his pioneering research into the immune system. Mechnikov received the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1908, shared with Paul Ehrlich, for his work on phagocytosis. He is also credited by some sources with coining the term gerontology in 1903, for the emerging study of aging and longevity.
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