Mad Men: The Illustrated World takes that nostalgia and plays with it, acknowledging the show's vision even as it builds something new ... a witty amalgamation of retro drawings, background information and knowing takes on the show's period feel. .. Best of all, however, are Dyna Moe's drawings themselves ... the illustrator's quirky humour shines through. ( INDEPENDENT)
a fun, tongue-in-cheek look at a world that millions have become engrossed with. Staying on the right side of comedic, the book offers a witty, engaging and funny look at the various aspects of the lives of the show's characters. Beautifully illustarted this will make the perfect gift for any fan of the show this Christmas. ( ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS)
how about this to put in your loved one's stocking? ... Mad Men: The Illustrated World is definitely something to peruse during a four-Martini lunch ( CAMPAIGN)
the perfect accompaniment to the series ( BELFAST TELEGRAPH)
An essential purchase for fans of the show ( ALTERNATIVE MAGAZINE ONLINE)
MAD MEN: THE ILLUSTRATED WORLD is an engaging celebration of the life and times of the 'mad men' of Madison Avenue in the early 1960s. This book is by turns funny, kitschy, sophisticated and wry, and this full colour miscelleny is both a memento and a stand-alone salute to the time of slim suits, prosperity, cocktails, and the golden age of advertising.
With chapters on the office, the home, fashion and beauty, mainstream and counterculture, travel and rainy day activities, this all-encompassing anthology is the only companion a fan will ever need.
The only official MAD MEN publication, this tie-in to the wildly popular and cult television series captures the spirit of the era as it might be imagined on one of Sal Ramano's storyboards.
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Descripción Orion Publishing Group, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 297864920
Descripción Orion Publishing Group, 2010. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0297864920