Bespoke stationery may be considered a luxury these days, but back before correspondence was as simple as composing an email or articulately Emoji'd text message, it was de rigeur. That begs the question: what did the letterheads for the big swinging Ds of their day look like? Well, the creative crew at MOO printing company are on the case; they've graciously reimagined modern stationery sets for all manner of historical figures. These are a few of our favorites.
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Ian Fleming - Serious question: does it self-destruct?
Henry the Eighth - Never a bad idea to list out your skills up front: "Composer, Jousting Champion, Author, Poet, Lutenist, Lover, Renaissance Man, Polymath." Also, points for editing out the bad stuff you're also good at, i.e., "Getting Wives Beheaded."
Winston Churchill - Another serious question: can you smoke it?