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  • Albert Einstein's Business Cards

    Albert Einstein's Business Cards

    Mr.Hyde.com, 30th April 2014

    "And here’s that copy of Albert Einstein’s business card you wanted"

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  • Imaginary Business Cards for Famous Historical Figures

    Imaginary Business Cards for Famous Historical Figures

    Design Curial, 29th April 2014

    "To mark the launch of its new letterheads service, bespoke print company MOO has created personalised stationery for figures including Charles Darwin and Ernest Hemingway"

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  • Historical Figures Get a Branding Makeover With Modern Business Cards

    Historical Figures Get a Branding Makeover With Modern Business Cards

    Mashable.com, 29th April 2014

    "Would you hire Roald Dahl or Vincent van Gogh? With a beautifully crafted business card, it's hard for hiring managers to resist these superstars of history."

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  • Historical Business Cards

    Historical Business Cards

    Shortlist.com, 28th April 2014

    "In the modern world, even Albert Einstein would have had to have put up with a bit of networking. And William Shakespeare would probably have had to attend a few seminars to try and persuade a publisher to take a chance on his new stories."

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  • Introducing MOO Letterhead

    Introducing MOO Letterhead

    Design Work Life, 25th April 2014

    "The newest addition to MOO’s incredible line of paper products is letterhead. The letterhead is available in both their classic (80lb) and Luxe (90lb) versions, and work with matching #9 envelopes with either straight or diamond flaps. Now you can create an entire stationery system through MOO, from business cards to notecards to postcards, and now letterhead."

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  • Letterheads from History

    Letterheads from History

    Fish Tank Creative, 23rd April 2014

    "In order to promote their new letterhead products, Moo have designed stationery for a number of historical figures, including Martin Luther King Jr, Winston Churchill and Ernest Hemmingway."

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  • Darwin to Shakespeare: If Historical Figures Had Business Cards and Letterhead Designed to fit the personalities

    Darwin to Shakespeare: If Historical Figures Had Business Cards and Letterhead Designed to fit the personalities

    AdWeek, 21st April 2014

    "Well, wrack your brains no more! British online printing company MOO has created cards and letterhead for a dozen iconic names known for their strong personalities and penchant for writing and communications."

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  • Letterheads from Historical Figures

    Letterheads from Historical Figures

    Shillington Design Blog, 21st April 2014

    "To introduce their new letterhead offering, MOO has imagined what the stationery of notable historical figures would look like - like Charles Darwin, Roald Dahl and Ian Fleming. "

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  • Historical Figures’ Letterheads

    Historical Figures’ Letterheads

    Design Your Best, 21st April 2014

    "To reimagine how iconic figures could have branded themselves in the modern world, our creative team have designed unique Letterheads and Business Cards for some of the most famous letter writers in history, capturing each identity in a set of stationery.”

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  • Imaginative brand identities created for famous communicators of the past

    Imaginative brand identities created for famous communicators of the past

    Culture Junkie, 21st April 2014

    "Do you know MOO? Not the sound a cow makes but the online print business? Well, they make totally rad business cards and now, they’re launching equally as cool letterheads."

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  • What The Stationery of Iconic Historical Figures Would Have Looked Like

    What The Stationery of Iconic Historical Figures Would Have Looked Like

    PSFK, 21st April 2014

    "Popular online print service MOO.com has reimagined how historical figures would have branded themselves."

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  • 12 modern-day business cards and letter heads from historical figures

    12 modern-day business cards and letter heads from historical figures

    Real Business, 19th April 2014

    "To reimagine how iconic figures would have branded themselves in the modern world, MOO’s in-house creative team designed unique business cards and letterheads for some of the most famous letter writers in history."

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  • If Famous Historical Figures Had Modern Business Cards And Letterheads

    If Famous Historical Figures Had Modern Business Cards And Letterheads

    Design Taxi, 19th April 2014

    "To celebrate the launch of its new letterheads, online printing company MOO has imagined what the business cards of famous historical figures would look like today."

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  • Letters have changed the world, from Churchill’s letters to Roosevelt during World War II to Martin Luther King’s letter from Birmingham Jail.

    Letters have changed the world, from Churchill’s letters to Roosevelt during World War II.

    Hello You Creatives, 17th April 2014

    "To celebrate the launch of MOO’s new letterheads, the award-winning online print business has delved into the history books, creating branded letterheads and business cards for a selection of the most famous letter writers in history."

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  • ‘Note’ worthy figures get posthumous letterheads

    ‘Note’ worthy figures get posthumous letterheads

    Design Arts Hub, 17th April 2014

    "Roald Dahl, Ernest Hemingway and Jane Austen are among those who have been given their own letterheads and business cards to celebrate the launch of online print business MOO’s new range."

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  • MOO create stationery for host of history's most famous figures

    MOO create stationery for host of history's most famous figures

    It's Nice That, 17th April 2014

    "Stationery company MOO have launched a new range, and to promote it they have created business cards and letterheads for a host of famous names; from Charles Darwin and William Shakespeare to James Bond creator Ian Fleming and US founding father Benjamin Franklin."

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  • See the Business Cards of Darwin, Shakespeare, and other famous historical figures.

    See the Business Cards of Darwin, Shakespeare, and other famous historical figures.

    FastCoCreate, 17th April 2014

    "They would have left even more of an impression with these."

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  • MOO.COM 'dips toe' in retail with first physical store

    MOO.COM 'dips toe' in retail with first physical store

    PrintWeek, February 25, 2013

    "MOO.COM has opened its first retail store at No.27 Boxpark in Shoreditch as it explores the benefits a physical presence can bring to its online empire."

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  • MOO's NFC tagging app hits Google Play, NFC business card not required

    MOO's NFC tagging app hits Google Play, NFC business card not required

    Engadget, February 14, 2013

    "Remember those NFC-equipped business cards MOO promised? Yeah, well, they're still not ready for mass consumption. But, that's not stopping the company from making its own NFC tagging app available today on Google Play."

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  • Most Popular Business Card Printing Site: MOO

    Most Popular Business Card Printing Site: MOO

    Lifehacker, January 8, 2013

    "If you're getting your own business cards printed and you don't have a ton of money or access to professional printers, there are great online services willing to help you out."

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  • Business Cards Do High-Tech Work

    Business Cards Do High-Tech Work

    Wall Street Journal, October 17, 2012

    "Companies such as MOO Inc. target the start-up set with personalized, small-batch cards."

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  • The Humble Business Card Gets Superpowers With NFC

    The Humble Business Card Gets Superpowers With NFC

    Mashable, September 27, 2012

    "Apple may have skipped near-field communication in the iPhone 5, but that hasn't stopped everyone else from getting on board the NFC train. The latest passenger: MOO.COM, which just started experimenting with NFC business cards, with a planned rollout in 2013."

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  • MOO.COM acquires personal identity site Flavors.me

    MOO.COM acquires personal identity site Flavors.me

    Wired, September 20, 2012

    "East London-based business card maker MOO has acquired design-led personal identity site Flavors.me, for an undisclosed sum."

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  • The Importance Of Paper In A Digital World: Interview With Lisa Rodwell Of MOO.COM

    The Importance Of Paper In A Digital World: Interview With Lisa Rodwell Of MOO.COM

    Forbes, September 4, 2012

    "In this digital age, face-to-face meetings are becoming more rare as people take their networking online."

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  • David vs. Goliath: 3 small firms take on the big boys

    David vs. Goliath: 3 small firms take on the big boys

    CNN, May 21, 2012

    "Even in the Digital Age, people use business cards. But Richard Moross, 34, figured out that small businesses, watching every dime, aren't keen on paying a pricey traditional printer -- nor do they want to go too cheap."

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  • 6 Ways Your Business Cards Can Still Pack A Big Punch

    6 Ways Your Business Cards Can Still Pack A Big Punch

    Fast Company, February 27, 2012

    "MOO.COM pioneered business cards the size of a stick of gum; the company expects to churn out 100 million in 2012. Here;s how to leverage that small bit of paper into a big branding opportunity."

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  • Facebook Business Cards: MOO Partners With Site For Social Cards Featuring Timeline Information

    Facebook Business Cards: MOO Partners With Site For Social Cards Featuring Timeline Information

    Huffington Post, January 6, 2012

    "Printing company MOO, Inc. has partnered with Facebook to allow users to create customized business cards using information from their Facebook profile timelines, Mashable reports."

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