If you have ever been to our office, you know that we are located in the Milton Glaser building. We get to be in the same creative space where Milton Glaser creates iconic pieces of work that defines cultures, particularly the 1960's. This is also the building where Milton also helped found New York magazine with Clay Felker.
"It was Milton Glaser, who — probably more than any graphic designer of his generation — forged the sophisticated, exuberant advertising look of the late 1960s, the time “Mad Men” is now traversing, and whose work to publicize the show’s new season will begin appearing next week on buses and billboards around the country." NYTimes
"Mr. Glaser said his concern was trying to make work that suggested a late-1960s feel without pillaging his own late-1960s feel. “I haven’t been working this way for 30 years or so,” he said. “My anxiety was that people would think, wait a minute, I’m still doing this sort of thing.”
I think he has successfully channeled the 60's for Mad Men. The color, the art, the feel, it's all there. Now it's time for a martini.