Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures


To mark the launch of its new letterheads service, bespoke print company MOO has created personalised stationery for figures including Charles Darwin and Ernest Hemingway


In our digital age, the art of letter-writing has largely fallen out of vogue, and with it some of the beautiful paraphernalia once associated with epistolary correspondence, such as leather-bound writing cases, ornate pens and, of course, personalised stationery. Although many of us still use business cards, even these are increasingly replaced by digital versions.

But personalised stationery could be making a comeback, thanks to online print company MOO.

The company, which already creates personalised business cards is now officering a service for designing and printing personalised letterheads for its customers - and to promote the new service it has created imaginary letterheads and business cars for some of history's most influential and prolific letter writers - everyone from Henry VIII to Martin Luther King.

Here are some of our favourites:


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Charles Darwin


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

James Bond creator Ian Fleming


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Martin Luther King


 

Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Winston Churchill


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figuresImaginary business cards for famous historical figuresErnest Hemingway


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Jane Austen


Imaginary business cards for famous historical figures

Henry VIII


See the full range here.

 

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