McCauley “Mac” Conner is a painter and illustrator born in 1913, who is 101 years old today. If we make a focus on his paintings, that’s because they depict brilliantly the universe of Mad Men and that they’re the perfect representation of the advertising’s golden age in the 60’s. Arrived in New York in the 50’s, McCauley built his career in a vibrant city contexte, on the scene of publishing and advertising. His artworks remind us of cartoons and the ad creations of this time. They recall the aesthetic of the opening credits and costumes that we can find in the series Mad Men created by Matthew Weiner.