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Matthew Weiner. Mad Men, Art Edition No. 501–512 (Signed Pilot Script Edition)

Edition of 122 clothbound hardcover vols. in slipcase, 36 x 22.5 cm (14.2 x 8.9 in.), 1,040 pages; copy of the original script from the 2005 pilot episode, signed by all cast members, 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10 in.), 55 pages; 7 quarterbound vols. of complete Season 1-7 scripts in slipcase, 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10 in.), 3,936 pages; signed print by Brian Sanders, 27.7 x 40 cm (10.9 x 15.7 in.) on 32 x 45 cm (12.6 x 17.7 in.) paper8000Edition: English Availability: Sold Out

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Celebrate television genius with TASCHEN’s extensive two-volume record of Mad Men. Combining a full seven season sequence of dazzling stills with a bounty of behind-the-scenes insights, this is the ultimate tribute to both the masterful process and the perfected result of this game-changing series. With a wealth of previously unpublished material, the books include script excerpts, production ephemera, on-set photographs, notes from the writers’ room, as well as candid interviews with Matthew Weiner and the show’s superstar ensemble both on and off screen, including actor and director Jon Hamm, costume designer Janie Bryant, and executive producer and director Scott Hornbacher.

Art Edition of only 12 numbered copies (No. 501–512). Including the complete Mad Men scripts in seven volumes; a print of the artwork for Season 6 poster, signed by Brian Sanders; and a copy of the original script from the 2005 pilot episode, signed by all cast members.
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Matthew Weiner. Mad Men, Art Edition No. 501–512 (Signed Pilot Script Edition)

Matthew Weiner. Mad Men, Art Edition No. 501–512 (Signed Pilot Script Edition)

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Madison Avenue Magic

The twists, turns, and talents that make [i]Mad Men[/i]

With its brilliant writing, spot-on acting, faultless art direction, and impeccable costume design, Mad Men is a landmark for cable television. Never before has a period series offered such compelling plotlines alongside such painstaking attention to detail and accuracy. As the show’s personal and professional machinations evolve, so too are the minutiae and the milestones of history in motion, from the shifting height of hemlines to the struggles of the civil rights movement.

This book is TASCHEN’s tribute to Mad Men’s television art. Volume 1 chronicles the show’s seven seasons with sequential stills alongside key script excerpts. From a sideways glance to a cavorting office Christmas party, each frame captivates in its masterful visual storytelling, its choreography of people, places, and situations down to the most discrete, dynamic detail.

Volume 2 brings a wealth of behind-the-scenes insights with on-set photographs, production ephemera, costume designs, notes from the writers’ room, as well as extensive and candid interviews with the show’s creator, Matthew Weiner; the “Writers’ Room” (Lisa Albert, Semi Chellas, Jonathan Igla, Andre & Maria Jacquemetton, Janet Leahy, Erin Levy, Tom Smuts, Carly Wray); Scott Hornbacher (executive producer and director); Phil Abraham (cinematographer and director); Chris Manley (director of photography); Dan Bishop (production and set designer); Janie Bryant (costume designer); and Jon Hamm (actor and director).

From the plot twists that took our breath away to the unforgettable outfits, from the shapes and textures of ’60s decor to the very real intricacies of relationships, discover the ideas, inspirations, and talents that brought human lives and human history together on the small screen.

Art Edition of only 12 numbered copies (No. 501–512), each signed by Matthew Weiner. Including the complete Mad Men scripts in seven volumes; a print of the Season 6 artwork, signed by Brian Sanders; and a copy of the original script from the 2005 pilot episode, signed by all cast members.

Also available as a separate Art Edition of 500 copies (No. 1–500), signed by Matthew Weiner and with the complete scripts and signed Season 6 artwork.
The author

Baltimore-born Matthew Weiner is series creator, executive producer, writer, and director of the critically acclaimed, award-winning drama Mad Men. Weiner’s additional credits include serving as an executive producer and writer on The Sopranos, and as a writer on various television comedy series including The Naked Truth, Becker, and Andy Richter Controls the Universe. Weiner’s feature film Are You Here was released in 2013. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, architect Linda Brettler, and their four sons.

Matthew Weiner. Mad Men, Art Edition No. 501–512 (Signed Pilot Script Edition)
Edition of 122 clothbound hardcover vols. in slipcase, 36 x 22.5 cm (14.2 x 8.9 in.), 1,040 pages; copy of the original script from the 2005 pilot episode, signed by all cast members, 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10 in.), 55 pages; 7 quarterbound vols. of complete Season 1-7 scripts in slipcase, 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8 x 10 in.), 3,936 pages; signed print by Brian Sanders, 27.7 x 40 cm (10.9 x 15.7 in.) on 32 x 45 cm (12.6 x 17.7 in.) paper

ISBN 978-3-8365-3898-5

Edition: English