It’s hard to see Moscow without seeing the large 1937 monument The Worker and the Peasant-Girl by Vera Mukhina. But another design by the same artist is even more ubiquitous worldwide: the 12-sided beveled drinking glass. Made in Russia: Unsung Icons of Soviet Design—edited by New York Magazine contributing editor Michael Idov and featuring essays by artist Vitaly Komar, best-selling novelist Gary Shteyngart, and others—uncovers this and other lasting aspects of Soviet-era graphic and industrial design. • $25.00; Rizzoli, April 2011