20 Ideas On How To Create A Spectacular Design Portfolio

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A design portfolio has to satisfy one single task: to group and solidify all your designs in the form of a neat booklet. However, this is not an easy task to achieve. In addition to having to represent the countless hours of hard work dedicated to completing your projects, it also has to have a unique and special look, that embodies both the artist and the artist’s work.

We found 20 beautiful works which will surely inspire you to design portfolios that are truly spectacular and worthy of praise. In the list below you will find book covers, magazine covers, oster designs, booklets and more! These works made our list because we believe that they feature truly unique, nonconforming and interactive designs. All of these examples are meant to spark your creativity and inspire you to create a more beautiful and different design portfolio.

Use these ideas to gain inspiration, learn about different techniques, design methods and styles, color and pattern combinations, and much more. Then you can work on further revolutionizing the classic portfolio by taking it one step further and proving that there are countless alternative ways to feature designs and ideas.

Here are the 22 ways on how to create a spectacular design portfolio. We think these are great examples for anyone working an their own portfolio by helping you envision new possibilities. Let us know which one stands out the most for you in the comments section.

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André Kertész Catalogue

André-Kertész-Catalogue

Weiss-heiten via Design Made in Germany

 Weiss-heiten-via-Design-Made-in-Germany

SEM SPECIALIST – Magazine

SEM-SPECIALIST---Magazine

Port magazine

Port-magazine

Watson & Co Annual Report

Watson-&-Co-Annual-Report

Space

Space

Minimalism

Minimalism

Graphic: Issue 09

Graphic-Issue-09

Maison Gerard – Collateral

Maison-Gerard-–-Collateral

DEUTSCHE & JAPANER – Creative Studio

DEUTSCHE-&-JAPANER---Creative-Studio

YMC Womenswear SS/14 Lookbook

YMC-Womenswear-SS-14-Lookbook

No Shape + No Shade

No-Shape-+-No-Shade

Shapeliness

Shapeliness

& London 3–in–1 Notebook

&-London-3–in–1-Notebook

The Mayor’s Tongue

typography as its main element

Christopher Muccioli 

CHRISTOPHER MUCCIOLI poster design

Biennale des Créateurs d’Images 

Biennale des Créateurs d’Images Amazing Posters design

AIGA Student Portfolio Exhibtion

AIGA Student Portfolio Exhibtion poster design

Walk in the Rain Paris

Walk in the Rain poster design

Song Reader

Song Reader poster design





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