Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Been undergoing severe withdrawal symptoms since Mad Men went off air? Totally understandable—and here's something to tide you over while you wait.

Paris-based photographer Ben Sandler took Alvar Aalto's Maison Carré house—a beautifully preserved monument-turned-museum—and used it as the backdrop of Tomorrowland, a stylized photo shoot done in ultra-ritzy, retro 60's Mad Men fashion. While it's not exactly the same as having a new episode to look forward to, the painstaking eye for detail that went into creating these pictures should (slightly) diminish your separation anxiety. [FastCoDesign]

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré

Retro "Mad Men"-Style Photo Shoot Shows Off Gorgeous Maison Carré