Cancel your meetings. You're not going anywhere this afternoon.
Previously: Real Life Peggy Olson; "Mad Men" season 5 trailers; Why "Mad Men" will never replace "thirtysomething"; "Mad Men" opening sequence revamp.
Previously: To boldly Poe.
Jane Maas, a creative director at Oglivy & Mather during the 1960's, is the author of "Mad Women." If it's anything like her interview, it's worth a read.
Freshen up that scotch: "Mad Men" season 5 trailers; Why "Mad Men" will never replace "thirtysomething"; "Mad Men" opening sequence revamp.
Stellar posters for print production studio Magimage, geared to creative departments at advertising agencies in North America. Produced by Montreal's Alfred.
Other posterious artifacts: Mad Men sans nips.
Have tuxedo, will lay.
Beats the hell out of the flaccid, feel-goody stuff we get today.
Previously: Athletic gear that does everything but your taxes.
Old Spice meets Fuji Water. Absurd. Gratuitous. And about two minutes longer than it needs to be, BUT FUCK YOU FOR NOTICING! RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWR!!1
Testosterone! The Man your man could tackle like; It's fantasy, only it's real
Behind every iconic landscape photographer...is a disapproving woman.
Want to watch $275 Million get spent in 48 minutes? Just tune into CBS at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday to see one of America's greatest primetime displays...
Yesterday a reader asked us "how do you get into advertising?", our knee jerk reaction was to ship them off to the nearest ad school for a year or...
If we don’t know it’s out there, we can’t put it up for the city to see. We’re happy to give full credit or keep things anonymous.
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