Mayakovsky produced a large and diverse body of work during the course of his career: he wrote poems, wrote and directed plays, appeared in films, edited the art journal , and produced posters in support of the during the of 1917—1922.
Mayakovsky's 1921 poem, failed to impress Lenin, who apparently saw in it little more than a formal futuristic experiment.
In November 1927 a play called The 25th and based upon the All Right! In all, 24 issues of it came out.
Give the poem I started to the Briks.
This love affair, as well as his ideas on World War I and Socialism, strongly influenced Mayakovsky's best known works: A Cloud in Trousers 1915 , his first major poem of appreciable length, followed by 1915 , 1916 and 1918.
Stalin's resolution inscribed upon this message, read: Comrade , please take charge of Brik's letter.
In summer 1918, soon after Lilya and Vladimir starred in the film Encased in a Film only fragments of which survived , Mayakovsky and the Briks moved in together.
Ten days later, the officer investigating the poet's suicide was himself killed, fueling speculation about the nature of Mayakovsky's death.