Art Inspired By Mad Men

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Well not actual mad men, but the Madison Avenue ad men from Sterling Cooper on AMC’s runaway hit show Mad Men. Graphic designer and illustrator Dyna Moe, from New York City, was asked by a cast member (Rich Sommer, who plays Harry Crane) to create a custom Christmas card to give to his fellow “advertising colleagues.” The style in which she works fits the design motifs and artistic sensibilities of the early 1960s that so thoroughly permeates Mad Men. There is now at least one of these wonderfully cool illustrations for each episode of the stylish television show.

 
 
 

To see all of Dyna Moe’s fine stylish illustrations inspired by Mad Men, please visit her Flickr site or her blog. You can get desktop wallpapers and even iPhone wallpapers through these sites. You can also purchase this art as fine art prints from Dyna Moe’s Zazzle site. Don’t miss checking out this swanky stuff inspired by the early 1960s and the AMC hit series Mad Men.

 

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