Designer Creates Fake Passport and ‘Loses’ It At Agencies

Passports allow you access to many different countries. It’s the one document that is essential to traveling and going places. Romanian designer, Miruna Macri, decided to take this concept and bring it to the job hunt. Much like a passport is necessary to enter a new country, a resume is necessary to enter a new job.

Miruna created a unique passport resume/portfolio that she then “forgot” at some of the top agencies in New York City. The profile page showcased her resume while the visa pages were examples of her work.

Once an agency employee stumbles upon the passport, their first instinct is to see whose passport it is. It’s a creative way to engage and make a lasting impression. The passport also contained a link to “return” the passport which can be seen here:

Watch the video below to see how she did it!

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Written by Ryan Lum

Ryan Lum is the founder and editor of Creative Guerrilla Marketing. He is passionate about creative marketing, social media and design. Connect with him on LinkedIn,Twitter or Google+


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