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Thread: Five Ways Not to Introduce Yourself to an Art Director

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    Agreed! I'd say it's a pretty good rule of thumb that if the person you want to be is Matter-Eater Lad then you should talk to a therapist rather than an art director. Don't go in costume to somewhere you will seek a job unless you are trying out to be a team mascot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dkounios View Post
    wait wait wait...portfolio on the iphone!?
    I understand where Peter is coming from...but an iphone as a portfolio? really?
    the iphone could access the internet and I had work online (my blog), it was easy to pull up the website and show them.
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