Vladimir Lebedev published Russian Placards 1917-1922 in 1923. He had started his career as a graphic designer when he was fourteen years old, creating postcards in St. Petersburg. By the time of the publication of this book, he had already spent several years illustrating and designing magazines and children’s books.
Lebedev’s career continued till the 1960s, and he followed several trends and styles throughout his life.
The images below are from the Dartmouth College library.
(Via BibliOdyssey, by the excellent peacay.)
Nicoletta Misler (1987), ‘A Public Art: Caricatures and Posters of Vladimir Lebedev’, The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Arts, Vol. 5, Russian/Soviet Theme Issue, pp. 60-75.