CV Superstars - The tree of life
Sara Rodríguez, an illustrator and designer has created a simply stunning CV that can't fail to impress. It's a great combination of concept, design and execution.
Illustrator and designer, Sara Rodríguez from Barcelona designed this stunning CV. Sara’s work began by reflecting on what an actual CV represented in terms of the working life as a constant evolution of development, experiences, stages and cycles.
Drawing conclusions from this Sara settled on the plant world and decided to use a tree as a visual metaphor and theme for her CV. With the tree symbolising life, knowledge and growth - a perfect synergy.
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