"Pass the Heinz" ads will appear on New York City billboards and in print. The company may have passed once, but it's not passing again. Heinz is rolling out "Pass the Heinz" advertisements created by the fictional Mad Men character Don Draper, according to Adweek. Show More Summary
Throughout Mad Men‘s seven tremendous years on AMC, Don Draper and his associates pitched more than a few bright ideas to potential clients. Some of them were quite good, including the campaign Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce pitched to the Heinz company. Show More Summary
Summary: The real and fictional worlds of advertising are poised to collide for Heinz's latest campaign which is centred around a concept created by Mad Men character Don Draper. The brand announced yesterday (13 March) that it "tapped" Sterling Cooper Draper Price, the fictional agency from the AMC drama...
The ketchup maker has brought to life fictional ads Draper pitched in ‘Mad Men,’ but not those of his protégé.
Mad Men has been off the air for approximately thirty years, but its influence over the advertising world is still profound. So much so that Heinz has decided to resurrect a rejected Don Draper pitch ("Pass The Heinz") for a new campaign. [ more › ]
"Pass the Heinz" ads will appear in New York City billboards and in print
In a season six episode of AMC series "Mad Men," lead ad creative Don Draper, of the fictional ad agency Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, did the unthinkable: He pitched an ad for Heinz ketchup that didn't actually show the product. The...Show More Summary
"Pass the Heinz" finally get its moment.
It was a compelling idea, even if the client wan't convinced at the time. Fifty years ago, in the fictional world of Mad Men, Don Draper pitched a daring ad campaign to Heinz execs, for the brand's ketchup, that proposed not showing the product at all. Instead, the ads would show close-ups of foods that...
"Mad Men" didn't premiere until 2007 -- after the landmark year of 2006 -- but what Don Draper said about the Kodak Carousel is eternally true: "Nostalgia: It's delicate, but potent." Some context: A passing comment from a critic, who made an astute observation about "The Americans," made me search...
Today, every book-adoring Twitter user is paying homage to a certain literary heavyweight's deathiversary. (Ahem, his name rhymes with Gilliam Rhakespeare). Yes, the Bard passed away on this day centuries ago, leaving behind a trove of sonnets and plays every ninth grader learns to loathe love. Show More Summary
This post contains spoilers from Sunday's Mad Men half-season finale. Mad Men danced its way into its mid-season finale Sunday night with the passing of Bert Cooper, SC&P's beloved father figure. A late Cooper appeared to Don DraperShow More Summary
The woman who passed over Jon Hamm on a dating show back in 1996 would do it all again... telling TMZ Live she wouldn't trade her husband for "one thousand Jon Hamms!"As TMZ first reported, the man who would be Don Draper appeared on a show called…
March Madness brackets are about to get passed out through offices across the country, and that includes those of the fictional variety as well. Official Comedy (h/t Mashable )—the same people who produced the hilarious Kim Jong Un and Dennis Rodman NBA Jam video—deliver yet another perfect video with a heavy sports tilt. Show More Summary
AMC released a Mad Men season 6 poster that was illustrated in a 1960s advertising style by veteran artist Brian Sanders. It features the main character Don Draper passing by himself on Madison Avenue. A special two-hour season 6 premiere of the hit AMC television series Mad Men will debut on Sunday, April 7, 2013 [...]
Here’s the data on the boozing habits of your favorite admen. My favorite moment in Mad Men is episode 7 of season 1. Roger Sterling makes a pass at Don Draper’s wife during a dinner party. The next day, Don accepts Roger’s apology--or so it seems. Show More Summary
At first blush, Harry Potter and Don Draper wouldn’t seem to have much in common, but according to a new Brit miniseries, the former grows up to become the latter. Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm signed on several months back to star in the drama-comedy A Young Doctor’s Notebook, as younger and older versions of [...]
The two-hour premiere of the long awaited fifth season of “Mad Men” was a huge education.First, it answered the big question: did Megan actually get married to Don in the 17 months that have passed since the dapper Mr. Draper...
We left Mad Men in 1965, and some time has passed since Don showed off his new fiance to colleagues at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
I can feel his breath on my forehead, a passing whiff of whiskey on his lips. "Alright," he says, sounding and looking more like Don Draper by the passing second, "I say you and me go get a bourbon in the next room and call it a day...