Coloring

Price:
USD $10 Postpaid (International SAL shipping included)
Designers:
Ian Lynam
Publisher:
Wordshape
Categories:
All + Publications

Coloring Inside the Lines/Coloring Outside the Lines is a 36-page handbook about what the hell to do when you are about to graduate from design school.

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Within, Ian Lynam writes about:
– identifying potential employers
– job hunting
– writing emails to folks you want to work for
– portfolios
– CVs
– interviews
– sex
– crime
– self-doubt

(In essence, all of the things they don’t teach you in school.)

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