Ever wonder what websites would have looked like if the Internet had been around a long time ago?
I hadn’t, but it’s an intriguing concept. Obviously, the content and design would be radically altered, but tequila maker Jose Cuervo took it a step further by imagining what their brand site would have looked like in 1795, 1880, 1945 and 1974.
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The 18th Century version of the site looks like a letter written on parchment, while the 19th Century one has a sort of medicine show vibe to it. The sites from the 1940s and 1970s look a lot like magazine ads from those periods.
Take a look (and a trip through time) on the redesigned Cuervo.com