Walk into the office of Mad Men’s Don Draper Posted April 23, 2015 by Ross Atwood

From March 14–June 14 you can walk into the office of Mad Men’s Don Draper.

09ece8b458641127e8b6034a0fbf9adbMad Men’s Don Draper in an Eames Soft Pad Chair.

A new major exhibition at the Museum of the Moving Image in New York City is exploring the creative process behind Mad Men, the AMC smash hit that has become one of the most successful shows on television.

Mad_men_exhibition_installation_view_web-detail-mainPhoto by Thanassi Karageorgiou

The new exhibit is called Mathew Weiner’s Mad Men. The museum’s website describes the in-depth nature of the show: “Featuring large-scale sets including Don Draper’s office and the kitchen from the Draper’s Ossining home, more than 25 iconic costumes, props, video clips, advertising art, and personal notes and research material from series creator Matthew Weiner, the exhibition offers unique insight into the series’ origins, and how its exceptional storytelling and remarkable attention to period detail resulted in a vivid portrait of an era and the characters who lived through it.”

bfd0d363f4a108edaf36b986b29dea08Account man Pete Campbell, played by Vincent Kartheiser, is seen sitting in an Eames Time-Life Chair.

CHRISTINA-HENDRIX-IN-AN-EAMES-CHAIR2-900x506Joan Harris, played by Cristina Hendricks, sits in an Eames Fiberglass Shell Armchair.

The exhibition will be joined by other initiatives around New York City celebrating the series. Mad Men’s final seven episodes will air on AMC on Sundays at 10:00 P.M. ET/PT, from April 5 through May 17. Visit amctv.com for more information.

To avoid lines on weekend days, visitors are encouraged to arrive before 2:00 pm

Please check out this exhibition and let us know what you think!