Nowness has a show called My Place, directed/created by Barbara Anastacio, where they walk you through artists' houses and studios. Interesting right? Oh yes! It gets even better when the artist is someone like George Lois; the 1960's Creative Revolution's legend himself. He who designed 92 covers of Esquire during his 10 year tenure there.
"Still wildly charismatic, the New York native is captured by director Barbara Anastacio in his suitably stylish Greenwich Village apartment, which could easily double as a set for TV drama Mad Men. It's even rumoured that Lois was the inspiration for the show's morally loose protagonist Don Draper—something the “one-woman man” emphatically contests. " - Nowness
If you have no idea who George Lois is, keep it a secret, and start digging. Now! Here's a quick link to it: