Job Seeking Designer Transforms His Résumé into a Mini LEGO version of Himself

Nowadays, finding a job is not straightforward. To stick out from many other candidates, you must ensure that your application catches the attention of your prospective employer. Taking this into consideration, designer Andy Morris chose to do something different, and also added a much-needed part of the pleasure for his job search.

The 34-year-old University of South Wales design grad made a mini version of himself produced by LEGO. The style wears a flat cap, a red bomber jacket and holds a notebook in 1 hand, using a custom-printed résumé at the opposite.


On the opposite, the bundle comprises his cover letter along with contact details. Having previously worked in the fund, Morris explains he "swapped paperwork and multi-million-pound reports to get a lifetime of creativity" and claims that he has "never been happier."

Having taken two weeks to accumulate each LEGO bit to your figure, Morris currently has enough to ship out to a hundred potential new companies. The well thought out the program--not to mention that the internet publicity--is guaranteed to property Morris his dream job. For those workers who overlook an opportunity to utilize Morris, the smart design will at least make the recipient smile, in addition to giving them a cute new table toy.

You may discover more of Morris' work through his website.


Andy Morris: Website 
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