Dutch graphic designer Laura Voet recently had a rethink about how she could make her work more eye-catching to potential employers and clients.
She binned the average New Times Roman and bullet points for a minimalist make-over.
Stored in a clear plastic wallet, Laura packaged a minimalist CV, a portfolio booklet and two references from Laura's teacher and mother.
Each item has Laura's now signature bold font and wide spacing - giving her application a refreshing and striking look.
Check out Laura's revamped CV below, and find more of her work.
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