(May Day 1919, Budapest)
I just found a book on Hungarian artist/designer Mihaly Biro. I don’t read Magyar so I can only supply scant biographical details: he was born in 1886, went into exile in the US during WWII, and returned to Hungary after the war, where he died in 1948. He worked as a commercial illustrator and designer and was also tied to socialist movements in Hungary and Germany. He made beautiful work, done in a modern European style before the hegemony of constructivism/bauhaus and socialist realism on the left.
Red Parliament: Vote Social-Democrat (1919)
This is an advertisement for the magazine Nomunkas, and the subtitle (I believe) says ‘an advocate for working women’. (1910s?)
The book I found has mostly poster work, both commercial and political. Graphic Witness has a series of Goya-like images he made against the right wing Horthy regime in Hungary.