1. Send us something via snail-mail. This always gets our attention because usually we just get an email and a link to a website or an attached PDF. Keep in mind, this doesn’t have to be your entire portfolio as a hard copy, the more creative the better. Actually, this list idea came about because we received an incredible inquiry from Mark Pinkerton (that’s his self-promo package pictured above, visit his online portfolio here) who sent us a custom-made hotel key. It’s so creative and nicely put together, bravo sir. We love your style and ingenuity.
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