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Franklin Advertising Art by Elmer Stoner (1929–1931)

Franklin Ad (February, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (February, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Coupe Ad (March-May, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Coupe Ad (March-May, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sport Touring Ad (April, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sport Touring Ad (April, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sedan Ad (May, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sedan Ad (May, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Roadster Ad (June, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Roadster Ad (June, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (July, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (July, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Coupe Ad (August, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner?
Franklin Coupe Ad (August, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner?
Franklin Sedan Ad (September, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sedan Ad (September, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sedan Ad (October, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Sedan Ad (October, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Town Car Ad (November, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Town Car Ad (November, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (December, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (December, 1929): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Pursuit Ad (January, 1930 - pg.2): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Pursuit Ad (January, 1930 - pg.2): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (February, 1930): Luxury - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner?
Franklin Ad (February, 1930): Luxury - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner?
Franklin Pursuit Close Coupled Convertible Sedan Ad (March, 1930): Distinction - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Pursuit Close Coupled Convertible Sedan Ad (March, 1930): Distinction - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (April, 1930): Style - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (April, 1930): Style - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (May, 1930): Flight - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (May, 1930): Flight - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Transcontinent Sedan Ad (June, 1930): Value - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Transcontinent Sedan Ad (June, 1930): Value - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Pursuit Ad (July, 1930): Thrill - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Pursuit Ad (July, 1930): Thrill - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen Ad (January, 1931): Luxury - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen Ad (January, 1931): Luxury - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen DeLuxe Speedster Ad (January-February, 1931): Luxurious smoothness - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen DeLuxe Speedster Ad (January-February, 1931): Luxurious smoothness - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen Ad (February, 1931): Power - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen Ad (February, 1931): Power - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (March, 1931): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Ad (March, 1931): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin DeLuxe Victoria Brougham Ad (May, 1931): Riding like Gliding - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin DeLuxe Victoria Brougham Ad (May, 1931): Riding like Gliding - Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen DeLuxe Roadster Ad (July, 1931): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
Franklin Series Fifteen DeLuxe Roadster Ad (July, 1931): Illustrated by Elmer Stoner
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После Раймонда Тайера, следующие три года, рекламные иллюстрации для автомобилей Франклин создавал Элмер Стоунер.

Акцент смещается на изображение стильно одетых привлекательных девушек, а не менее яркие автомобили Франклин играют роли второго плана.


Elmer Cecil Stoner or E. C. Stoner (1897–1969) was an American artist who worked as a commercial illustrator. He created the art for the famous Planters mascot, Mr. Peanut, and was the first African-American artist to work in US comic books.
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