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CV Superstars - The tree of life

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13:12 PM | 27 January 2014

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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.

In the work growth rings from a tree explain the what, how and life experiences Sara has had to date. Check out the pictures below for some inspiring CV help.

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