A3 Portrait Design Portfolio For Hannah J. Russell

February 28, 2017

screw post portfolio binder with sleeves

This is an A3 design portfolio for Australian designer Hannah Russell. Hannah's design portfolio has a Charcoal buckram cover and spine with her very clever and stylish logo, blind embossed on the cover. She then went with the rather cool and business like Pewter buckram on the inside cover. Because Hannah choose buckram, she has something that should last her for many years to come. Buckram is hard wearing, but it also has an acrylic coating which gives it a water resitant surface, which means it can be wiped clean.
Hannah also bought from us 20 polypropylene sheet protector sleeves and spacers.

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designers presentation portfolio folder A3 portrait

A3 Portrait Presentation Portfolio Binder with Plastic Page Protector Sleeves




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