Nice poster of Cassandre for the Thomson brand, it is the small version printed in 1931 by Alliance Graphique for AMG.
It was originally published on the occasion of the advertising campaign of Thomson. The Thomson brand is linked to the history of the company that bears that name. At the beginning of the 20th century, the Compagnie française pour l'exploitation des procédés Thomson Houston manufactured tramways, radios and record players.
Cassandre, pseudonym of Adolphe Édouard Jean Marie Mouron, born on January 24, 1901 in Kharkov (Ukraine) and died on June 17, 1968 in Paris, is a graphic designer, poster designer, decorator of theater and typographer French.
He is mainly known for his advertising posters for railroads, such as the Étoile du Nord, the drink Dubonnet, the liner Normandie, and for the typefaces he created in the 1930s such as the Bifur and Peignot.
Art Deco - Electronics - Advertising
Graphic Alliance Paris
Very good condition
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