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My creative agency Doubleday and Cartwright is looking for a new talented intern for our Brooklyn Studio.
We view all internships at D&C as apprenticeships that could lead to a full-time position.
We’re searching for smart, articulate and curious designers who strongly knows about minimal modern design, garment design, fashion, sport and culture.
About our paid internships:
Full-time positions that take place year round.
Start and end dates are flexible with a minimum of a three-month commitment.
We require a minimum of 40-hour per week (Monday-Friday).
Participate in the concept stage through final production of projects.
Create wireframes and functional prototypes
Strong eye for typography, color, and layout
Strong sketching skills
Working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, In design & Acrobat
Solid writing and visual communication skills
Ability to accurately set and meet deadlines
Mac platform friendly
Good Illustration skills
Motion Design knowledge
Web and prepress knowledge
Will work closely with an Art Director and team with the end goal of leading their own projects through to completion.
Victory Journal, NoMas, Action Bronson, Doc Elis, Wilt Chamberlain, Clyde Frazier, Broadway Joe, Luis Sepulveda, Salem, Razauno, Richard Avedon, James Blagden.
It’s with extreme sadness that I discovered the accidental death of DJ Mehdi last night. He was hands down the best french Hip Hop producer for those who only knew him as a electronic artist.
I always love to listen to his dark tracks while working late at the studio. Here is few great track he produced. REST IN POWER. Your music will live forever in my boombox .
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Looks like the studio will be under water sunday…
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Incredible footage of Shaolin Kung Fu filmed in Tawain where a lot of trained monks escaped from China to not be killed by the communist force.
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If you are in Toronto tomorrow or anytime between the 23rd of July and August 30th 2011, please come and support 2 of my good friends at the Show and Tell Gallery. Greg Lamarche and James Marshal are 2 fantastic artists with super hero skills and thought process. They are definitely part of the few people that inspired me on a daily basis. The way they are in constant art elevation and evolution every year without ever going off track of what make them great at the first place. Congrats brothers!
This article was posted by Grotesk 1 Year, 11 months, 2 days, 1 hour, 31 minutes ago.
We have the original movie theater one sheet from Beats Rhymes and Life: the Travels of a Tribe Called Quest available on the NoMas website. It’s signed and numbered by artist and homey James Blagden who created the poster as well as the original title sequence and interior animations in the documentary. Edition of 50. Get it while it’s there.