Don Draper, meet Sling TV: The recently launched online TV subscription service started to carry AMC and IFC as well as the Epix family of movie channels Wednesday, which means that…
Forget D.B. Cooper—for a real-life equivalent of Mad Men’s Don Draper, you’d be hard-pressed to find someone more fitting than legendary art director George Lois. In the ’60s, Lois oversaw dozens of landmark ad campaigns and magazine...Show More Summary
Vice did a nice little feature on George Lois, the kind of 1960s big-egoed ad man on which Mad Men's Don Draper was based. Lois created a number of iconic ad campaigns as well as dozens of fantastic Esquire covers. Or at least he says he did. ;) (via devour) Tags: George Lois Mad Men TV advertising design
In a recent video piece for Vice, Gianna Toboni meets and profiles George Lois (previously), the iconic advertising art director that some people consider the real-life equivalent of Mad Men character Don Draper. The piece looks at Lois’ career, some of his best-known work, and the controversy that still surrounds it.
Mad Men‘s Don Draper has a desk, chairs, and a couch in his office. Plus, enough room to practice his golf putting skills, hold a meeting, and engage in inappropriate office behavior. If you’re a bigwig at your company, you may be lucky enough to have an office with a door, but the chances of […]
Don Draper is ready to drive off into the sunset in the teaser poster for 'Mad Men' Season 7's final episodes. [...]
"Birdman" may have won Best Picture at Sunday's Oscars, but give us this new trailer for "Mad Men" instead. (Maybe it can win in 2016?) Using Don Draper's famous Kodak pitch from the Season 1 finale ("Teddy told me that in Greek, 'nostalgia'...Show More Summary
You thought the latest Golden Age of TV was over? Think again.
Leave it to Don Draper to land an ad spot during the Oscars telecast.
After seven dramatic seasons, the award-winning "Mad Men" is coming to an end (sigh). While we wait for the second batch of episodes to air on April 5, AMC is teasing us with a gallery of promo photos featuring Don Draper and his favorite...Show More Summary
Get ready to say goodbye to “Mad Men” with a glimpse of its first trailer ahead of its final episodes
Post by Maressa Brown. Mad Men fans, rejoice! Don Draper and Co. are coming back as of April 5, and AMC just released the first trailer for the second part of season 7 -- aka the final season. In typical Matthew Weiner form, the teaser,...Show More Summary
We're not sure how 'Mad Men' will end, but judging from this video, it can't end well.
Is Don Draper headed for a happy ending?
Don Draper is throwing a lavish 70s themed lawn party in the first teaser for 'Mad Men' Season 7, returning to AMC this April. [...]
Blue blazer and tie? Does that mean Don Draper is becoming a Democrat? Hey, everybody! Let's read way too much into this brand new cryptic teaser trailer for the upcoming final episodes of Mad Men: It has been posited on various places...Show More Summary
Don Draper is a character that could only exist in fiction: impossibly handsome, endlessly talented, and crippled by alcoholism and other impulse-control problems. VICE was curious to see if there was any truth behind Mad Men protagonist,...Show More Summary
The final season of Mad Men launches April 5. The episodes will take place in 1976, sixteen years after we first met Don Draper and Peggy Olson. Watch a teaser below. Read the rest
Opening on March 14, Museum of the Moving Image will host an exhibit dedicated to Mad Men's sets, costumes, and props. It will include a recreation of Don Draper's SC&P office and the Ossining kitchen. Creator Matthew Weiner is giving a talk at the museum on March 20. READ MORE »