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Check out this artist’s watercolor of our Mad Men cover! It’s the top one, with all four characters coming out of an elevator. Nice job, Ryan!
So here we are still reeling from the past two weeks of ‘Mad Men’-mania, when we stumbled across this gallery on the 60s reality behind the series—and, most notably, this stunning August 1965 photo of the actress, model, sex symbol, and trailblazing French siren Brigitte Bardot.
[Photo: Ghislain Dussart / Gamma-Rapho-Getty Images. A special thanks to Gucci for sponsoring nwktumblr this week.]
Women and men relate to Don in very different ways.
Jon Hamm talks about groupies and Don Draper’s politics.
About to dig into these Mad Men cupcakes…nomnomnomnom. The chef: acpants!
Our team of Mad Men pinners (recruited from tumblr!) have done some awesome work over on Pinterest.
In which our secretary-turned-stellar reporter tells us how things were at Newsweek back in the 60’s.
Sexist Ads From The Early 60’s. See Them All Here
Courtesy: Our amazing photo researchers
What do you think?
Wow! How were these ok!? Nothing makes me think “CONSUME” like a fresh dose of misogyny in the papers.
We’re building out a Pinterest board of Mad Men-era decor (furniture, accessories, etc.) and are looking for a few collaborators. Want to help us make this awesome? Send us a message with your email or Pinterest name and why you’d be perfect for the mini-team! We’re just looking for a few who know a Betty Draper armchair when they see one.