If Don Draper were a graphic designer, how would he convince a client that his job was indispensable? Any examples on how he handled condescending clients? [more inside]
So was reading this article in the paper the other day.
Makes me wonder if there are any other syndromes of effects like the one in the article named after or inspired by tv shows.
I would like to find some high quality Mad Men analysis. Is it out there? [more inside]
Is the sexism displayed on the TV show Mad Men even close to accurate? Played up? Toned down even? [more inside]
My brain needs some fiction reading and I'd like some recommendations based on my tastes in TV/Film: Mad Men, Quadrophenia, Good Fellas, The Krays, There Will Be Blood, Election, Spinal Tap, American Beauty, Eyes Wide Shut, Flashbacks of Fool, The Graduate, Rushmore.
Need help finding the glasses found in Don's office in Mad Men (as seen on the season 3 dvd/blu ray cover here
Just want to buy them, assume similarity with these glasses, not price, is the priority.
Mad Men TV Commercial Tune [more inside]
Which recording of "Cup of Loneliness" is used at the end of Mad Men season 2 episode 12, "The Mountain King", and where can I get it? [more inside]
I have been watching the AMC series Mad Men (set in NYC office setting around 1960) and it made me wonder. Just how accurately does it portray the professional workplace of the period? (Ubiquitous smoking, drinking, degrading comments to women and overt flirting, etc.). In particular, was it ever considered normal to keep a stocked bar in every office/conference room?
I realize things are exaggerated for TV and to contrast with today’s norms... but generally speaking was it really this bad back then? I guess I am looking for responses from those who are familiar with the TV show and worked in an office in this timeframe.
In Mad men episode 11 (the jet set) in season 2...what house is that in Palm Springs? I'm an architecture geek and desperately need to know. The best I can figure is that its the Kaufman House
...but it's not quite right. I'm resigned to the fact that its some backlot set.