There’s lovely … some “historical stationery” that brings past characters to life in print …
22nd April 2014

There’s lovely … some “historical stationery” that brings past characters to life in print …

Thought that this was a little piece of work sharing for one of our clients: Moo.com, purveyors of excellent stationery and business cards.

We recreated some stationery for the rich and famous of times gone by, including Shakespeare, Franklin, Hemingway, Jane Austen, Einstein, Ian Fleming and Churchill.

They’ve picked up some cute coverage in the design media (just as planned) with ShortList, Mashable, BuzzFeed, FastCoCreate, Design Taxi, Hello You Creativess, PSFK, TrendHunter, DesignCurial, TIME, Real Business, Complex.com, AdWeek, Laughing Squid, Design You Trust and It’s Nice That scribbling fond words about them …

moo-historical-figures-jane-austen-001 copy

moo-historical-figures-ian-fleming-colour-004-v2 copy

moo-historical-figures-henry-vii-colour-001-v2 copy

moo-historical-figures-ernest-hemmingway-colour-002-v2 copy

moo-historical-figures-charles-darwin-002 copy

moo-historical-figures-benjamin-franklin-colour-004-v2 copy

Just in time for LFW the team helped Airbnb launch a night hosted by fash-pack favourites House of Sunny
The Courvoisier team has just pulled off one of the brand's biggest campaigns to date working with Yinka Ilori
We've been marking a certain rugby tournament taking place in France on behalf of England supporters O2
The team has been having a heap of fun launching Lick's limited edition Heinz HTK57 - the first Ketchup-coloured paint

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