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Graphic design CV and portfolio newspaper

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11:15 AM | 28 November 2014
by Jim Compton-hall
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Another neat example of a graphic design CV and portfolio.

Leeds based graphic designer Charlotte Allen has produced this great tabloid newspaper style CV and portfolio mail out. 

What a brilliant piece to receive in the morning and get to read instead of the dull, depressing, real news. 

What's more, the attention to detail is fantastic. Just look at the pictures below and see all the wonderful things that Charlotte has included in this piece.


Get in touch today if you'd like us to feature your creative CV or self-promotion piece to our network of employers and professionals.

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