Thursday, July 29, 2010

Chic Lettersheets

We love the website Letterheady. It's described as an online homage to offline correspondence; specifically letters. Created by Shaun Usher, letterheady is defined as {adjective: overcome by strong emotion due to letterhead design}. We get that! And on our last visit, we discovered this simply chic lettersheet that was used by the founder of Ferrari, Enzo Ferrari in 1974. It includes just the symbol of Ferrari—the cavallino rampante. And, that's it. There is something so understated about the simplicity of this lettersheet. We have hundreds of motifs available at William Arthur. Maybe you can find a favorite for a simply chic lettersheet of your own.

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