Lajos Marton

Lajos Marton(1891-1952) was a Hungarian artist who spent some time in Paris in the late 1920s and early 1930s working for DAM, the advertising agency owned by the Damour Brothers. The brothers also owned the magazine Vendre, which they used as a vehicle to tirelessly promote modern graphic design and advertising. All of Marton's posters, in pure French Art Deco style, were for bicycle, car or motorcycle companies. In 1928 he designed his first poster for Peugeot motorcycles which was rendered in a manner similar to Charles Loupot's dynamic style. Source:
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