Paul Gustave Mohr

Paul Gustave Mohr (1890 – 1959) was a French Avant-garde poster designer from the Art Deco period. He lived most of his life in Paris, and later settled in the small town of Asnieres, France, just outside of Paris.  He attended the Sorbonne University, as well as several art schools.  During World War I, he was a pilot in the French Army from 1914-1917.  
As an artist, he designed advertising posters from 1920 to 1940.  His posters advertised Wonder cycles, Dainty cycles, Lustucru pasta, Banania sugar, Bremsit brakes, Champigneulles beer, L’Union beer, Dubonnet wine, as well as shoes and ham.

Detail of enamel advertising for Bière Champigneulles