New York based public radio WNYC’s Culture Web site has recently created a very interesting project. They wanted to do a map of all locations from AMC’s TV show Mad Men.
The map was created by Culture Web Site’s editor Abbie Fentress Swanson with the help of crowdsourcing: WNYC asked its listeners to help build the map of favorite city spots mentioned throughout the five seasons of the show.
In my opinion this was a brilliant idea. Check out the map below:
When I visited New York in January 2011 I tried to found Don Draper’s apartment from the season 4 at 104 Waverly Place. Curiously, the place didn’t exist. I’ve found numbers 106 and 102, but unfortunately no 104.
I’ve also found location of Sterling Draper Cooper Pryce’s new office. It was located in the Time&Life building at 1271 6th Avenue.
One of the most iconic buildings in NYC is Tiffany’s, a luxury American multinational jewelry and silverware corporation, which became a household name after a 1961 movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s with Audrey Hepburn.
Tiffany was included in the tenth episode of the season 2 when Harry Crane gets a present from Tiffany’s from Jane and Roger during a baby shower at the office.
Here’s a photo from my trip to