Thanks in large part to Matthew Weiner and his penchant for the 1960s, the glorious graphic design of post-war America has been resurrected. "Mad Men" consistently features the sleek imagery and retro typography that reigned supreme in the advertisement world decades ago, mimicking a crisp, handmade aesthetic nearly lost to our age of digital, hyperreal ads. The television show even hired classic illustrator Brian Sanders, who, at 75-years-old, created the perfect, era-specific portrait of Don Draper.
Sanders isn't the only Mad Man still showcasing the Rockwellian idealism endemic to American design in the fifties and sixties, though. Enter: Mac Conner.