It’s been nearly five years since the last episode of “Mad Men” aired and still AMC’s seven-season hit TV show is inspiring artists, especially those in advertising.
Don Draper’s swanky 1960s Manhattan apartment has particularly captured the imaginations of “Mad Men” aficionados. The apartment, fictitiously located at 73rd St. and Park Ave in the Upper East Side, is just as daring and dapper as Jon Hamm’s Draper, with its sunken living room, bright orange and blue kitchen cabinets, and warm aesthetic.
Greg Rogers, the head of visualization at WeWork, has crafted a precise 3D rendering of what the famous apartment would look like if it really existed. The mid-century upscale apartment comes alive in an online video. On the website, Rogers intersperses high-resolution images of the project and an interactive 3D image with Draper quotes like: “Make it simple, but significant” and “You are the product. You feel something. That’s what sells.”