The first rule of resume writing is to make yourself stand out. Sure, you could play with the format, add a little color or change the fonts. Or, you could do all three and print it on a milk carton.

A Brazilian graphic designer named Samuel Profeta created this colorful and unique CV that features four sides and a sloping lid, just like a classic milk carton. Each of the four sides represent a different theme. On one side, the designer’s information is displayed as the name of the product. On another, his experience and qualifications are listed. There’s even a side designed to look like a nutritional label, showcasing his LinkedIn recommendations. It’s an unusual approach to displaying your talents, but it does showcase out-of-the-box thinking — literally.

The purpose of this design wasn’t to land a job, though. Profeta’s non-traditional rez was intended to show the similarities between a person and a product. He even placed a recycling logo at the back of the box to comment on how easily a person can be reduced to a block of information.

Any recent college grads or people looking for a job switch can probably relate to that feeling. Even if this isn’t a real resume, judging from colors and creativity alone, Samuel Profeta, you’re hired.

What do you think about Samuel Profeta’s resume? Do you have any cool resume tips or tricks to share with us? Shout ’em out below!

(h/t PSFK)