• A4 Portrait Graphic Design Portfolio For Designer Tom Dunlop

February 28, 2017

Tom Dunlop is a graphic designer and based on his portfolio, he has got branding sussed. His A4 presentation portfolio book is one of my favorites from that batch. The branding is well designed, it's big (its not subtle, but he's selling himself so why should it be!) and it also meant we could use one of our most reliable foils to great effect!

The cover is made from Charcoal buckram and the inside cover is Brillianta blue and yes the foil is also brillianta blue. It's a great presentation book, I only wish it could have been bigger.

http://dunlopdesign.co.uk

graphic design portfolio book a4 portrait with foiled cover

 





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