Mack Trucks Advertising Art by Peter Helck (1942–1945)

Mack Trucks Ad (1942): It goes on... And on... And on! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (1942): It goes on... And on... And on! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (May, 1942): Little chip off a rugged old block... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (May, 1942): Little chip off a rugged old block... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1942): Made-to-Order for the World's Toughest Customer... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1942): Made-to-Order for the World's Toughest Customer... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (December, 1942): Pouring it on... Mack Style - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (December, 1942): Pouring it on... Mack Style - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (June, 1943): Four and one-half million strong! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (June, 1943): Four and one-half million strong! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (September, 1943): War Report... With a Peacetime Twist!... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (September, 1943): War Report... With a Peacetime Twist!... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (October, 1943): Can a Mack really take it? Listen... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (October, 1943): Can a Mack really take it? Listen... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1943): Where Steel is King!... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1943): Where Steel is King!... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (1943): Its middle name is... Work! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (1943): Its middle name is... Work! - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (1944): Little Macks are "giants" too - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (1944): Little Macks are "giants" too - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (May, 1944): No time to gamble... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (May, 1944): No time to gamble... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (December, 1944): The Toughest Jobs are Yet to Come... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (December, 1944): The Toughest Jobs are Yet to Come... - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (September, 1945): Does your child ride a Bus to school? - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (September, 1945): Does your child ride a Bus to school? - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1945): Do you expect enough from your trucks? - Illustrated by Peter Helck
Mack Trucks Ad (November, 1945): Do you expect enough from your trucks? - Illustrated by Peter Helck
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Clarence Peter Helck

(1893-1988) Peter Helck was a renowned magazine illustrator, with his greatest success occurring between the 1920s and 1940s. Helck composed mostly industrial or automotive scenes, with many popular Advertising clients such as General Electric, Chevrolet, and Mack Trucks, among others. He was the founder of Automotive Fine Arts Society and named the Dean of American Automotive Illustrators of the 20th Century.


Патриарх американских иллюстраторов автомобилей.

Питер Хэлк (Peter Helck) родился в Нью-Йорке в 1893 году. Ко времени его смерти в 1988-ом он создал более 600 эскизов, рисунков и картин на автомобильную тематику. Сейчас они украшают частные коллекции и экспозиции самых известных музеев, влючая музей Метрополитен в Нью-Йорке, библиотеку Конгресса в Вашингтоне, институт Карнеги в Питтсбурге, музей изобразительных искусств в Филадельфии и многие другие.

Несмотря на то, что шла Вторая Мировая война реклама грузовиков Mack была красочной и жизнерадосной. В многом это заслуга Питера Хэлка, чьи великолепные работы мы можем видеть на представленных плакатах.

В пятидесятые этим же художником был создан ряд иллюстраций для рекламы грузовиков марки Chevrolet.
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