Madvertising: A Mad Look at 50 Years of Madison Avenue
Watson-Guptill Publications, 2005 - Design - 224 pages
"MADvertising" showcases the very best of "MAD"'s fifty-plus years of takeoffs on Madison Avenue. Fans will love these hundreds of spoofs of legendary ad campaigns, plus hilarious behind-the-scenes interviews with the Usual Gang of Idiots. But wait, there's more! Get ready for two Galleries of Sin, featuring every twist on cigarette and alcohol advertising ever done by the magazine; a section highlighting "legitimate" ads by "MAD" artists; a discussion of "MAD"'s longtime no-advertising policy; plus (yes!) all-time favorite takeoffs on Madison Avenue culture, including the immortal musical "My Fair Ad Man" and "The "MAD" Madison Avenue Primer."
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