Most recruiters, these days, use ATS software and often this software finds it very difficult to read “creative CVs”. Ideally CVs should be submitted in plain format so that they can be easily parsed by recruiting software.
I have seen CVs that come through as completely blank or with key text blocked out because of the sender using a creative format.
You should remember that CVs are searched for using key words and it is important that yours comes up in searches. You can always get creative at the next stage of the recruitment process.
In summary, keep it simple – the purpose of your CV is not to get the job, it’s to get the interview.