I know resumes like these are trendy, and they do look nice, but I have to agree with PrintDriver’s comments. In my opinion, a designer’s portfolio is the place to express layout creativity. A resume is more about presenting the information as concisely as possible.
I don’t know how it is in Indonesia, but here in the U.S., the information on a resume is usually scanned into a database as text. Resume’s like yours just don’t lend themselves to being scanned by OCR readers. Consequently, the information gets scrambled and must be typed in by hand.
An elaborate, good-looking resume can be great when you’re handing it directly to an art director, but if the initial recipients are human resources people, it just means extra work for them to transcribe the words on the resume into their databases. If you do decide you need a resume like this, I’ll suggest also developing a simple one in a text editor, like MS Word, that can easily be copied and pasted — especially when applying for a job online.