This CV just shows that with a bit of font change and size change, you really can make your CV different, more imaginative, more desirable. Admittedly, not everyone is going to put a picture of a screaming man on their CV but play around with the layout and you can create something even more wonderful.
Simplistic, imaginative and intriguing. This CV shows that simply playing around with the idea of what’s in your brain - a few lines, a few words - makes all that difference.
One of the more artistic ones, this is for the photo-shop lovers or the drawers of the CV world. What this CV - and all the CVs in fact - show is the person’s personality on the page.
To me, this CV resembles the proclamations in ’Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix’. Use that. Use something you like, model it and expose your experience and achievements, all on one page.
Just in case you think you have to be an expert in photoshop to make your CV more visually appealing, this CV is quite plain and yet, different. It is quite simply portrayed. CVs - like someone’s house - tell you a lot about the person. So make the layout say just as much as the words.
The kind of CV you write and the way you want to portray comes down, of course, to the job you're applying to. If it's something artistic however, there's the oppritunity to show just how creative you are. Here are five examples: