Your resume is pretty rad. After all, you’re entering the workforce (or re-entering, after years of staying at home with the kids) and you’ve printed up a masterpiece that is pure font-studded art. Okay, okay. So your resume might be kind of cute. But this CV is way, way, waaaay beyond anything you probably ever imagined. Seriously. If you don’t believe that a resume could be elevated to an entirely new level, read on.

photo: Andy Morris

So, Andy Morris is a designer and a creative artist. His use of one of your child’s favorite playthings is what separates him from your regular ol’ painter. Yep. He uses LEGOs. Not exclusively. But enough to make him interesting to the lover of those little bricks.

photo: Andy Morris

With a completely creative flare, Morris took his LEGO-themed art and turned it into a CV. That’s right. His resume is a packaged LEGO mini-figure — of himself.

photo: Andy Morris

Umm, genius. In a stack of plain paper resumes, a little LEGO dude sticks out like…well, like a little LEGO dude. With super-creative packaging that looks like the real deal, Morris fleshes out his design and artistic background on what looks like something you’d buy at the toy store.

photo: Andy Morris

What do you think of this LEGO-themed CV? Share your thoughts in the comments below.