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10:30 AM | 14 August 2015
by Samroj Lama
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Icon designer Remi Rechtman has created a fantastic portfolio, branding himself as a designer.

Remi Rechtman is a graphic designer based in Paris, France. He does a lot of branding work, which is visible from his wonderful portfolio package below.

The package consists of a business card, CV, cover letter, a pocket book featuring logo designs, three highlighted projects and some illustrations. Also the best part of the package: a portfolio with a handmade Japanese binding, gives it a nice low tech touch.

A strong sense of brand identity is given with the use of the colours black, white and fluorescent green; along with his consistent use of a UI design style. The simple yet effective logo gives a clear sense of brand identity to top it all off.

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