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Sewn together

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10:45 AM | 12 May 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Have you ever heard of a sewing together a portfolio to impress an employer? German Print Designer, Bianca Bunsas did just that.

German Print Designer, Bianca Bunsas has created a portfolio with more of a homemade and personal touch than usual.

Multi-coloured stitching attaches the various thick pieces of card together that make up her portfolio, as well as a thick back and front cover, giving her portfolio a creative, but professional edge.

Having sewn the portfolio together, through basically every page, the loose multi-coloured thread provides an authentic and well-crafted aesthetic, while demonstrating her hard working and creative nature.

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