Mad Men Unbuttoned by Natasha Vargas-Cooper
A Romp Through 1960s America

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This nifty little volume deconstructs Mad Men and reveals how many of the program’s ideas and inspirations came about.
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Mad Men Unbuttoned is a visually arresting celebration of the cultural and artistic ephemera of the 1960s advertising age, the Mad Men era. Based on the popular blog, Mad Men Unbuttoned “nails the 1960s and the ad industry during this fascinating era,” and is “a good, fast, joyful read.” (Nina DiSesa, Chairman, McCann New York).

 

About Natasha Vargas-Cooper

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After graduating from UCLA with a BA in history and working as a union organizer in L.A. and Washington, D.C., for a number of years, Natasha Vargas-Cooper began her writing career as a film critic for E! Entertainment. Her reporting, essays, and interviews have appeared in print and Web publications ranging from the Daily Beast, New York magazine, BlackBook, Gawker, and Interview. She is currently the Los Angeles correspondent for The Awl.
 
Published July 20, 2010 by Harper Design. 256 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Vick Mickunas on Sep 03 2010

This nifty little volume deconstructs Mad Men and reveals how many of the program’s ideas and inspirations came about.

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