Posted on 6 April 2017
Graphic Designer at AcrylicizeAcrylicize is a multi-disciplinary studio that is exploring the boundaries between art and design in the context of place-making and identity. Studio 7 is our sister company, which is a community driven project to create connections through artist representation, events, and exhibitions within the creative community.
We are looking for an enthusiastic graphic designer to manage and assist on all things graphic. This is an in-house role, ensuring that all of the studio’s documentation, design reports, website content, and marketing collateral is all fresh and on point.
You will work very closely with the Creative Director, Marketing and Events Manager, and the Head of Operations - who are all excellent humans. We offer benefits such as lots of studio lunches, team days out, and to top it off, we usually have a guest dog of some description once a month. We will also invite you to join all of our creative events, which includes live music nights and private views, at Studio 7 Shoreditch,
Main Responsibilities of the Graphic Designer:
Work across all internal brand touch points within both Acrylicize and Studio 7 Shoreditch.
- Internal Operational Documents
- External Design Documents
- Website curation and management
- Portfolio Management and Design
- Social Media Content
- Blog Articles
- Press releases
For Studio 7:
- Flyers and Invitations
- Website design and management
- Social media content
- Press releases
- Artist catalogues
Required Skills of the successful Internal Graphic Design Candidate:
- Expert knowledge in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop
- Excellent organisational skills to keep things ticking over
- A hunger to constantly improve the studio’s output
- Some experience working with and producing marketing collateral
- A passion for making things look excellent
Desirable Skills of the Graphic Designer:
- Film editing experience
- Animation experience
- Cultured hand sketch style
- Typography SKILLZ
How to ApplyIf this role sounds like it would suit you, apply now with a covering letter explaining what you could bring to the role and the studio, your CV and examples of your work.
Unfortunately, due to the volume of applications we get, we are unable to respond to unsuccessful applications - although we would really like to thank you for applying!
No agencies please.