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12 Gorgeous Business Cards For Famous Historical Figures

With these, Jane Austen could’ve been SO good at networking.

Business card and stationery company Moo is celebrating the launch of its new letterhead by reimagining how iconic figures could have branded themselves in the modern world, capturing each identity in a set of stationery. The results are pretty awesome.

1. Albert Einstein

 

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2. Martin Luther King Jr.

 

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3. Jane Austen

 

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4. Roald Dahl

 

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5. Benjamin Franklin

 

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6. Charles Darwin

 

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7. Ernest Hemingway

 

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8. Henry the Eighth

 

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9. Ian Fleming

 

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10. Vincent Van Gogh

 

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11. William Shakespeare

 

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12. Winston Churchill

 

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