History of the Terminal Postcards: 1

BRIEF: Create a series of retro-styled postcards, celebrating the history and evolution of the Bloomberg Terminal over the years.

DETAILS: These postcards were a fun, offbeat promotional item. The designs were created in Photoshop, and then printed as a booklet of five postcards printed on recycled stock. The cards then had a bellyband added and were given out to clients and employees. The client asked that the designs then be adapted as digital eCards, which proved equally as popular.

History of the Terminal Postcards: 2

History of the Terminal Postcards: 3

History of the Terminal Postcards: 4

History of the Terminal Postcards: 5

Featured here are the original design spreads:

Bloomberg Retro Postcard: 1983Bloomberg Retro Postcard: 1990

Bloomberg Retro Postcard: 1992

Bloomberg Retro Postcard: 1998

Bloomberg Retro Postcard: 2004

Bloomberg Retro Postcard: Backside


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