In 1925 Weber founded the "Clan-Presse", where he and his son Christian printed seals, ex libris labels and commercial graphics. In 1928 Weber joined the "resistance circle" against the growing threat posed by National Socialism. Between 1931 and 1936 Weber and Ernst Niekisch published the journal "Widerstand" ["Resistance"] and Weber also did satirical political illustrations and book illustrations for the "Widerstands-Verlag" publishing house. Weber settled at Schretstaken near Mölln and became acquainted with Johannes Böse, who was head of the "Griffelkunst-Vereinigung" in Hamburg.
Weber showed his work at numerous large international exhibitions. The A. Paul Weber Museum was inaugurated in Ratzeburg in 1973. Andreas Paul Weber died on 9 November 1980. This important German lithographer, draughtsman and painter bequeathed a comprehensive œuvre, in which critical satirical works figure prominently.(a-paul-weber.com)