Georges Damour was an early French comics artist who worked under the pseudonyms Dam or Piwitt. He made his debut in Le Journal de Paris in 1902. During that same year, he did contributions to La Rigolade, Le Pompon, Jean qui Rit, Sans-Gêne, La Caricature, Le Frou-Frou and La Vie en Culotte Rouge. He was subsequently present in La Gaîté Gauloise, Le Repos du Dimanche and Les Romans Militaires.
As a comics artist, he worked mainly for the publishing house Offenstadt. In Fillette, he made 'La Forêt Enchantée' in 1910, as well as 'Les Enfants du Galérien', 'Dirk L'Intrépde' and 'Lolotte'. He also worked for L'Épatant, drawing among others 'Les Mémoires Secrètes du Décapité'. In 1914, he was present in L'Inédit. He presumably passed away during World War I.