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Minimalist portfolio catches the eye

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14:45 PM | 13 April 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Graphic Designer, Sarah Bourdin, uses the clean look for her portfolio.

They always say less is more. Well French Freelance Graphic Designer, Sarah Bourdin, really means it.

Her minimalist portfolio design is wonderfully muted and very cleanly produced.


With a pure white colour scheme, down to the white string used to connect the portfolio, Sarah's descriptions, and colourful designs and illustrations, really pop on each pure white page.

With an obviously French influence, Sarah's portfolio likens a Chanel No.5 bottle rather than a freelance portfolio.

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