It's Jon Hamm's 43rd birthday on Monday, and we love him so much, and it's not just because he's played a character who's become so important to pop culture. We're so used to seeing Hamm as Don Draper on Mad Men that when he steps out...Show More Summary
Hitting fans with a psychedelic ad for its final season, "Mad Men" released a poster for the show's seventh season on Friday (March 7). The groovy new poster was created by Milton Glaser, famed designer of the "I ? NY" logo. "Mad Men"...Show More Summary
Oh, the colors! Maybe Don Draper's new love interest will be Alice…in fuh-reaking Wonderland! Mad Men just released a new poster for its upcoming seventh season and it's as trippy as that time Roger Sterling took LSD. Jon Hamm is situated front and center in his classic black silhouette, but aside from that everything else is pretty [...]
Mad Men obsessives, it’s time to don our fringed shawls. The week has brought us tea leaves and chicken bones, in the form of a new teaser trailer and a new poster touting the forthcoming season, which premieres April 13. What can we...Show More Summary
Graphic designer Milton Glaser, the man behind the I ? NY logo and so much more, has been brought into the Mad Men fold by Matthew Weiner for the final season. [ more › ]
Mad Men is moving into ’60s psychedelia, and it’s just a sign of the times. Yesterday, AMC [via
The much anticipated final season of Mad Men premieres Sunday, April 13. We're not ready for this fantastic to show to end, but, like all great TV it has to and AMC is seriously drawing it out. This Spring we'll only get the first seven episodes only to wait an entire year for the final seven. Talk about torture!
AMC has released key art for the upcoming seventh season of Mad Men.
It's trippy, but it's amazing.
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The Season 7 poster for "Mad Men" is here, and it puts Don Draper firmly in the psychedelic late 1960s.
On Friday, AMC released the key art for Mad Men's seventh season created by famed graphic designer Milton Glaser Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner grew up with a poster of Glaser's work in his home and had always dreamed of collaborating with the artist. Show More Summary
So, AMC has gotten the ball rolling on the Mad Men season seven promotional onslaught! Yesterday?s brought us a 15-second wordless teaser, and today we have the key art featuring popular graphic designer of the 50s and 60s, Milton Glaser. Show More Summary
Yesterday brought a largely information-less teaser for the new season of Mad Men. Today, the poster. Recall that season six's poster was the illustration of Don looking at maybe himself, season five was Don's reflection between two mannequins, season four was Don staring out the window of an empty office,... More »
Prompting us to somewhat rethink our convictions that Mad Men’s seventh season will find Don Draper singlehandedly thwarting a skyjacking, Matthew Weiner has unveiled the below teaser poster from renowned graphic designer Milton Glaser. Show More Summary
Mad Men's seventh (and final!) season premieres on April 13, and while we count the days, we're going to just stare at this intoxicating poster. Over the past few seasons, it's become evident that the times are changing and so is Don Draper in the late 1960s. Show More Summary
The impending True Detective season finale has provoked a level of fan intrigue and theorizing rarely seen for a miniseries. Within 121 episodes of Lost? Sure. Through 62 episodes of Breaking Bad? Or 78 episodes of Mad Men? Yes and yes. But there have only been seven episodes of True... More »
The late 1960s have firmly arrived on AMC’s Mad Men. Here’s the trippy season 7 key art for the first
Yesterday, AMC release the first cryptic teaser for Mad Men's upcoming seventh season: A 15-second shot of Don Draper disembarking from a plane. Today — in what constitutes an embarrassment of riches for the notoriously secretive show...Show More Summary
[Created by famous graphic designer Milton Glaser, the new Mad Men promotional poster promises another kind of interesting trip. "There is a dreamlike quality to it, and believe it or not, it is related to the show, and not because it's psychedelic," Mad Men showrunner Matthew Weiner told the New York Times.] Read more...