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Design Job: Calling All Brandits! Ptarmak is Seeking a Senior Graphic Designer in Portland, OR

We are a packaging designery of thinkers and doers. We build brands and create packaging for some of the best companies around, delivering worthy products to the world at large. We are looking for a Portland based senior level graphic designer to join our team. Our designers turn strategic dreams

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Design Job: Play the Hits! KIDZ BOP is Seeking a Junior Graphic Designer in New York, NY

Job description KIDZ BOP, the #1 music brand for kids, is looking for a Junior Graphic Designer to join the team. The rapidly growing kids’ music and entertainment brand is expanding across several key areas of business, including international, consumer products and live tours. Core Responsibilities:

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The Graphic Designer Reworking Fashion’s Most Iconic Logos

Things are taking a rather different turn in the hands of Reilly, a London-based, Scottish-born graphic designer and art director who for several years now, has been toying cheerily with the logos which we see day in, day out – reworking them with fashion’s greatest mainstays.

More info: Reilly, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: anothermag)

“I’m just trying to get people to look at things differently,” he explains over the phone, when we ask him how a cheeky experiment came to be an ongoing project for him. “We see these symbols every day, so frequently that I thought, ‘you know what? I’m going to mash them up by putting super famous brands with super famous brands that are totally unrelated’. I just want to make people look at them and go, ‘what?!’”













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The Graphic Designer Reworking Fashion’s Most Iconic Logos

Things are taking a rather different turn in the hands of Reilly, a London-based, Scottish-born graphic designer and art director who for several years now, has been toying cheerily with the logos which we see day in, day out – reworking them with fashion’s greatest mainstays.

More info: Reilly, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: anothermag)

“I’m just trying to get people to look at things differently,” he explains over the phone, when we ask him how a cheeky experiment came to be an ongoing project for him. “We see these symbols every day, so frequently that I thought, ‘you know what? I’m going to mash them up by putting super famous brands with super famous brands that are totally unrelated’. I just want to make people look at them and go, ‘what?!’”













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Design Job: In the Market? Real Estate Arts is Seeking a Senior Graphic Designer in New York, NY

Who We Are: REA is a brand and marketing agency that turns breakthrough ideas into transformative experiences. We create with impact in mind, delivering creative solutions that give real estate brands and businesses a competitive edge. With this fierce passion to challenge and change the real estate

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Design Job: Content is King! Industry Dive is Seeking a Graphic Designer in Washington, DC

Your next opportunity awaits: • We are looking for a Graphic Designer to join Industry Dive’s innovative design team. Our team is highly collaborative, cross-functional, and always puts the user – client or reader – first. • We also care a lot about team growth. Each week, we

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Design Job: It’s in the Bag! Fashionphile is Seeking a Graphic Designer in Carlsbad, CA

I know it sounds potentially cheesy to say that we are looking for someone who is artsy, but we are looking for more than a graphic designer who uses stock photos & pre-fab layouts. We are looking for an amazing designer with an eye for color, a passion for

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Design Job: Hit it Out of the Park! Populous is Seeking a Senior Graphic Designer in Kansas City, MO

POPULOUS is a global architecture and design firm that creates the places where people love to be together, like Yankee Stadium, the London Olympics, and the Super Bowl. Over the last 30 years, the firm has designed more than 2,500 projects worth $ 40 billion across emerging and established markets. Populous’

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Design Job: It’s Time to Trade in Your Old Job—Trader Joe’s is Seeking a Packaging Graphic Designer in Boston, MA

What a difference. Hawaiian shirts to work? Definitely more comfortable than a business suit. And that’ll be your dress code at Trader Joe’s. Say goodbye to the same old, same old. Say hello to Trader Joe’s. Your favorite neighborhood grocery store, born in Southern California and now operating over 455 stores across the United States.

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An Assistant Graphic Design Professor’s Typographic 3D Printer

Before making it to Maker fame, Taekyeom Lee was researching unconventional methods of creating three-dimensional type. It was part of his work as Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Appalachian State University, where he tinkered with techniques for developing three dimensional type design using unusual materials. That’s where things got a little weird. Not content with digital modeling, and despite having no strong background in either 3D printing or ceramics, Lee set about building his own 3D printer fitted with a clay extruder to push this study forward.

After a good deal of trial and error, Lee succeeded. His creation is a delta esque ceramic 3D printer that produces sculptures which push the boundaries of typographic tangibility. Clay is a tricky and notoriously nuanced medium—Lee was attracted to ceramic 3D printing in the hopes that he could avoid the tools and space required by a traditional ceramics studio. Constrained by both budget and space, he did what ceramic artists have always done—he made his own tools. 

He needed to increase the capacity of the DIY kit he started from, adapt a traditional glue extruder for the heavier clay body, and reassess the load placed on system elements without introducing air bubbles or causing damage. 

To improve the pneumatic system’s lack of precision, he designed and 3D printed custom screw shaped extruders and swapped plastic glue dispensers for more resilient materials. With each wave of improvements, Lee’s pieces became closer to the designer’s hoped-for typographic ideal. 

At this point, Lee has developed a series of functional typographic works, as well as a range of sculptures that speak to the relationship between digital design and its physical products. 

Lee’s work is continuing in this vein by pushing typography to consider materiality more seriously in our increasingly digital landscape. Learn more about his trial and error process at Maker, his site, or on Instagram


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An Assistant Graphic Design Professor’s Typographic 3D Printer

Before making it to Maker fame, Taekyeom Lee was researching unconventional methods of creating three-dimensional type. It was part of his work as Assistant Professor of Graphic Design at Appalachian State University, where he tinkered with techniques for developing three dimensional type design using unusual materials. That’s where things got a little weird. Not content with digital modeling, and despite having no strong background in either 3D printing or ceramics, Lee set about building his own 3D printer fitted with a clay extruder to push this study forward.

After a good deal of trial and error, Lee succeeded. His creation is a delta esque ceramic 3D printer that produces sculptures which push the boundaries of typographic tangibility. Clay is a tricky and notoriously nuanced medium—Lee was attracted to ceramic 3D printing in the hopes that he could avoid the tools and space required by a traditional ceramics studio. Constrained by both budget and space, he did what ceramic artists have always done—he made his own tools. 

He needed to increase the capacity of the DIY kit he started from, adapt a traditional glue extruder for the heavier clay body, and reassess the load placed on system elements without introducing air bubbles or causing damage. 

To improve the pneumatic system’s lack of precision, he designed and 3D printed custom screw shaped extruders and swapped plastic glue dispensers for more resilient materials. With each wave of improvements, Lee’s pieces became closer to the designer’s hoped-for typographic ideal. 

At this point, Lee has developed a series of functional typographic works, as well as a range of sculptures that speak to the relationship between digital design and its physical products. 

Lee’s work is continuing in this vein by pushing typography to consider materiality more seriously in our increasingly digital landscape. Learn more about his trial and error process at Maker, his site, or on Instagram


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Design Job: Your New Job Awaits You. Flexjet is Seeking a Graphic Designer in Cleveland,OH

POSITION SUMMARY Flexjet, a luxury private jet travel provider, is currently seeking a Graphic Designer to assist with the execution of creative marketing and communication design needs within their in-house creative team, Studio One. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, innovative individual with 2-3 years of professional in-house and/or agency experience. The candidate must have a solid level of personal organization skills, strong attention to detail and possess the ability to work well in a fast-paced, collaborative and deadline-driven environment.

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Design Job: Gather the Pieces of Your Successful Future—HunterGatherer is Seeking a Graphic Design and Animation Intern in Brooklyn, NY

HunterGatherer is seeking a Graphic Design/Motion Design intern for Fall, 2016. Must be a current student studying Graphic Design or Motion Design and must possess proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and After Effects. This is a paid internship. HunterGatherer is a multi-disciplinary design studio, focused on telling its clients’ stories in ways that are artful, intelligent, elucidating, and sometimes funny.

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Design Job: It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere! Cocktail Kingdom is Seeking a Graphic Designer in New York, NY 

Cocktail Kingdom is hiring a full-time in-house Graphic Designer to support both production and design. Our regular day-to-day workflow includes product packaging, marketing collateral for print and web, product photography and retouching, book layout, bar branding, menu design, label design, t-shirts, trade show collateral and photorealistic digital mockups for branded

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Design Job: Attract the Right Career as Magnetic Collaborative’s Experiential Graphic Designer in New York, NY.

We’re seeking an environmental graphic designer to work on the experiential design for our variety of national and international brands. Must have experiential case studies to include in your application. Responsibilities will include developing mood boards for events, working on graphics proposals/presentations, selecting decor details, etc.

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Design Job: Got the Travel Bug? Help Students See The World as EF Tour’s Graphic Designer in Cambridge, MA

Go Ahead Tours is looking for a Designer to join our team, working at our Boston headquarters. Reporting to the Art Director, you’ll be an integral part of our creative team. You’ll work closely with writers, other designers and business stakeholders to create a holistic experience for a direct to consumer brand.

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Design Job: Stay With the Times! New York Times is Seeking a Graphic Designer in New York, NY

The New York Times Advertising department is looking for a well-rounded Graphic Designer to create beautiful and effective visual communication in support of our Creative Strategy team. The Graphic Designer will oversee the creative development and packaging of advertising opportunities, reporting directly to the Associate Creative Director.

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