Superstar Imagines a Letterhead Design for People of Influence

By: Laura McQuarrie - Published: Apr 23, 2014 • References: flickr & uk.moo
To announce the new letterhead design options available on, the online printing company imagined what the letterheads of notable people throughout history might have looked like. The fun stationery designs serve as modern interpretations of letterheads and business cards from the desks of highly influential historical figures like Jane Austen, Winston Churchill, Charles Darwin and Ernest Hemingway.

The branding designed for Albert Einstein subtly includes an "E=mc²" and the set for Martin Luther King Jr. adopts a bold black and white design that says "I have a dream." With details like these, the letterheads are a brilliant way for to demonstrate how many different ways your personality or a brand’s identity can come through on business stationery. Stats for Historical Icon Business Stationery Trending: Older & Buzzing
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