What The Stationery of Iconic Historical Figures Would Have Looked Like

What The Stationery of Iconic Historical Figures Would Have Looked Like

Popular online print service MOO.com has reimagined how historical figures would have branded themselves.

Kristen Nozell
  • 21 april 2014

To celebrate and promote the recent launch of MOO.com‘s letterhead product, the online print company has designed a series of personal stationery for iconic historical figures. The concept and design of the business cards and letterheads were created by MOO’s in-house creative team, who imagined how these famous communicators would brand themselves in today’s world.

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