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Bold portfolio packaging will make you rethink your own

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12:15 PM | 2 June 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Art Director and Illustrator, Ada Napiorkowski solves the portfolio space issue most designers have with a neat promotion pack.

One of the most difficult things when making a portfolio is squeezing everything in; your experience, skills, and a short bio can actually take up a surprising amount of space.

Well Art Director and Illustrator, Ada Napiorkowski solved this by creating a self-packaged and neatly designed promotion pack in the form of a portfolio.


Arriving in a neat envelope with her graffitied last name on it, the package opens to reveal two pull-out booklets, one containing her contact details, whilst the other mimics a tube map where the reader can navigate through her work experience, education, skills, and personal bio.

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