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11:00 AM | 8 December 2017
by Nathaniel Tynan Anthony Fiddler-myrie
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Graphic designer, Christine Johnson, shows us a different perspective to self-promotion with a pair of eye-catching wooden sunglasses she designed.

Are you just getting blank stares after interviews? Do you need a new way to help employers put you out of a crowd? Then look no further, Christine Johnson has created a smart piece of self-promotion that can help you see more doors to job opportunities open than ones being slammed shut. Johnson has designed a pair of sunglasses that combines a parred back sense of rustic charm with minimal graphics reading ‘Concealed’ and ‘Revealed’ that brilliantly juxtapose one another.

Using a laser cutter to etch the self-produced vectors onto the sunglasses, these glasses make a perfect leave-behind after an interview or meeting and will most definitely help her clients and employers get an eyeful of her talent.

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