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Meg Jannott has taken up a historical branding project: branding the 44 United States Presidents in 44 days. Meg is a designer working out of Detroit, Michigan.

My two favourites so far are: First President of the United States George Washington, 1732-1799; and Third United President of the States Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826.

Via IfItsHipItsHere: "At the time of this post, she has completed 21 of the altered vintage photographs combined with typographical treatments of the names, nicknames and/or slogans of our past political leaders. The results would make wonderful book covers and while some are undoubtedly superior to others, seeing them all together makes for an interesting and appealing collection."

» Referencing Original Website: http://brandingtheuspresidents.tumblr.com








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