Senior Art Director

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Job Description

T Magazine is seeking a Senior Art Director to join its Design team.

The Senior Art Director for T Magazine. Responsibilities include:
  • Designing pages for T magazine in conjunction with CD and Art Director
  • Collaborating with editors, digital team and design freelancers on all facets of layout development and expression
  • Providing primary purview of FOB design through all stages of work flow including production management
  • Working closely with team to maintain smooth functioning of art department
  • Oversee the design language of the department
  • Design point person for digital projects
  • be responsible for all aspects of art direction for publication in any medium. Initiate visual ideas; assign illustrations
  • Ensure that pages meet design specifications


This position is represented by the NewsGuild of NY

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