Wanted: CR Art Director

Creative Review’s highly-esteemed art director, Nathan Gale, has finally decided that he has had enough of us. So, we are looking for his successor.

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Creative Review’s highly-esteemed art director, Nathan Gale, has finally decided that he has had enough of us. So, we are looking for his successor.

As Creative Review’s art director you will be solely responsible for the design and layout of the magazine as well as overseeing every visual manifestation of CR, including websites, marketing materials and spin-offs.

We need someone with previous experience of magazine design, great typographic skills and the ability and experience to commission superb photography and illustration. Online experience would also be an advantage. This is a full-time job, based in London W1.

If you are interested in becoming CR’s next art director, please send your CV and five examples of work to:
Patrick Burgoyne
Editor
Creative Review
50 Poland St
London W1F 7AX

Deadline 8 June

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