In collaboration with marketing agency NeoMam, NetCredit publishes a blog post that shows the oldest buildings in America. The project consists of the careful mapping of the longest-standing intact structures in each of the 50 states. This includes cottages, fortresses, churches, grand mansions and the like. From the 1808-built Joel Eddins House in Alabama and the Kentucky Locust Grove from 1790 to the compact 1679 Old Stone Fort structure in Ohio and the Old Spanish Fort in Mississippi from 1718, NetCredit's project is bound to motivate curiosity in the audience.
In addition, the oldest buildings in America are playfully recreated with simplistic flat-design graphics. Channeling the strong history of the US, the artistic initative has strong educative value and can offer a glimpse into the trajectory of development within the New World.
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