32 amazingly creative job applications

Going beyond the usual cover letter and resumé

May 31st, 2011, 9:12 am

Job applications become enjoyable when they are allowed to become as creative as the specimen in this collection. A T-shirt has been adorned with the applicant’s details, a periodic table shows the skills in detail, a flyer promotes a designer and a folded poster invites for a tour of discovery. There are many ways for creative designers to surprise the board and claim the position always dreamed of.

These amazing applications and resumés shall serve you as an extensive source of inspiration to find and realize your own idea. It’s easy to see that the styles represented here are as diverse as the skill sets of the designers who created them. We find that every single piece in this collection is absolutely worth a look.

My Resume

Resume

My resume

resume ver 1 2008_Urban-art_

Typographic Resume

My recent resume

a resume

resume

box ad 2.1

2004 resume

resume

My CV Pages

Work Resume

Personal Resume

Curriculum Vitae

Resume

me, myself curriculum vitae

Visual Resume V.1

Poster CV

T-Shirt Resume

Server Resume

My Graphic Design Resume

My resume

CVs

CV

My Pocket CV

C.V. Poster

How I got my job

My Resume

The Designer

Creative Resume First Edition

Eyad Hussein CV – 20 Jan 2009

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4 Responses to “32 amazingly creative job applications”

  1. Deirdre nI Dhubhghaill says May 31st, 2011 at 10:44 am

    I receive CV from time to time to the Studio. Only last week I pondered what happened to the ‘Graphic’ Graphic design CV that was all the rage in the 90’s. It’s alive and well if the samples above are anything to go by. Some beautiful examples above well worth a gander.

  2. print24 says June 1st, 2011 at 10:56 am

    Deirdre, seems like a lot of people fear that they won´t be accepted with “special” application. But these ones are outstanding and I can´t imagine that headhunters would dismiss them right away. Maybe because of the qualification but not the design.

  3. Nicholas STorm says January 2nd, 2012 at 4:46 pm

    I’m truly impressed. Wow. Are you ok that I make reference to this posting on my own blog (http://blog.jufito.com)
    Cheers, Nich

  4. print24 says January 3rd, 2012 at 8:47 am

    Hi Nicholas, glad that you liked this article. Of course it’s ok if you’d like to reference this posting. Simply link it and note our name. Have a nice tuesday and a happy new year!