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    I've started this series years ago, with this project.

    Two years are passed. And two years can be a lot of time.
    Especially in how we are grown, the things we have learned
    and the things we have changed.

    This project is about my new curriculum vitae, continuing this series.

    It will be for sure less “rough” than the ones at the beginning, my style is still crazy for some points but more sober for others. But still creative.

    I had a lot of fun doing the two old “rough” cvs, and I'm writing this also because they have been much appreciated from my followers and the people that have visited my works.

    I’ve appreciated this a lot, and it has supported into develope my style at the time.

    I have tried to do my best into the development of this new version, style is less rough, but I had however put a lot of fun, and effort, into create a colourful and detailed work.

    I have worked a lot into choose the right typography of it, write an interesting text content,  good icons to indicate the different sections, different colour palettes for each version, and a typographic pattern for the covers. And to find a good paper for the prints.

    But I've written too much, it's time to let the images talk.

    Hope you like it, cheers!
  • Here the 2012 version of the resume with a different layout
    for the central part and a new colour scheme.
  • Full view of the whole page design into all the different colours and languages (english/italian).
    Size is A4 (210 x 297 mm), developed into two versions, one with a more decorative frame
    and using more strokes, the other more clean and minimal.
    Fonts used Bebas neue and Century Schoolbook.
  • Bonus versions for the web, not for the print.
    I've tried to see how the cv could work on negative and it wasn't bad.
    But small white body text on black is hard, so, definetely not for the print.
  • Detail pictures of the page composition with a closer view to icons and typography.
  • Back cover of the resume.
    On a side the content and the textual/infographical part, on this side a typographic pattern, done with the letters C-V, and a "sticker" with addresses, numbers and various datas.
    In this way, you can read the main contacts and focus on different things.
  • Photo-shots of the printed versions of the resume.
    Printed on heavyweight  smooth rough paper Tintoretto (220 g/m).
    Yours Faithfully,

    Riccardo Sabatini