November 2010 Archives

Art Assistant - Food Network Magazine

The Art Assistant is responsible for daily production and trafficking of layouts, Attaching and styling text, Updating the editorial wall layout,. Designing FOB and BOB pages pages for every issue, Working with the photo department and digital imaging staff to ensure all artwork is high resolution, Responding to Food Network and Hearst's requests for all required content Managing the layout archive, Meeting with editors and photo dept to manage monthly photo requests and distribute to appropriate art staff. Strong designer and detail oriented. Ability to milti-task. Previous internship in an editorial art department of a magazine desired. Graphic design degree.

Marketing Design Internship

NYLON Magazine is looking for a Marketing Design Intern for the Spring 2011 semester. You must be proficient in Adobe InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop CS3+, and all Microsoft Office Applications.  Main responsibilities include marketing decks and proposals, creating mock-ups for print & web, occasional design work, and shadowing the Marketing and Promotions designer.  Nylon is a small, fast-paced, fun environment so you'll get experience with many different projects! You must be a strong designer with a keen eye for aesthetics and typography, as well as familiar with the NYLON publication.  We're looking for an excited intern who is a fast learner and self-motivated with a can-do attitude! Must be flexible, detail-oriented, hands-on, pro-active, and have good multi-tasking and time management skills. All candidates should be currently enrolled in a college/university (or be a recent graduate) in an Art/Design/Studio Art program, and must have access to and bring their own laptop each day. All internships are unpaid, can be for school credit, and can be for full or part-time. This is a semester-long internship that will start from January 2011 and end in May 2011. Interns must be available to work at least 2-3 full days during the week. This is a New York, NY internship. Please email a cover letter, resume, AND a pdf portfolio, or a link to your portfolio site to Jenny Ung at No files above 5MB please.

Art Director-Fresh Home Magazine

JOB SUMMARY: We are actively recruiting for a wildly imaginative art director to join the collaborative team responsible for Fresh Home magazine. Under the direction of the editor in chief and the creative director, the art director will take the lead in developing the visual style of one of the most vibrant magazines on the newsstand. In fact, Folio magazine named us a top 15 launch of 2009. Plus, we're based in Milwaukee, an insanely cool city that you need to see to believe. From conception to completion, the art director ensures that every page reflects our mandate of "easy ideas for hands-on people." While we crave ingenuity, we need you to use your left brain as well: The art director is responsible to deliver all materials to prepress and, ultimately, the printer on time. You should apply if you're fun, funny, smart, talented, experienced and committed to making the best magazine you possibly can. In return, you get to work with a bunch of people who are exactly that. Now for the details... ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Uses Macintosh-based software to design layouts for the magazine. Maintains current knowledge of new versions of software. Participates vigorously in overall planning of the magazine. In conjunction with editors, conceptualizes each issue, from planning the look to choosing fonts and colors for covers and inside pages. Proposes direction, gets approval for that direction, and ensures the design reflects that direction. Works with freelance photographers and inhouse photo studio to set up shoots for covers, features, food, product, and other needed materials. Directs the photo studio's work on cover and interior shoots to match the look and vision established at the editorial planning meetings. Works with the photo studio to select props for photos. Makes vendor recommendations for finding materials to complete special projects. Directs the selection of stock photos and visuals to embellish stories. Scans photos when necessary. Places house and outside advertisements to suit the established roadmap or as specified by the sales team. Ensures that ads augment, not detract from edit pages. Manages the workflow and traffic between departments for each project, communicating regularly with the editor, the photo studio and the prepress department and updating each accordingly. Provides training to new employees and interns as requested. Travels as necessary to direct location shoots. Performs other duties as assigned, such as helping other departments and creating illustrations, house ads, company graphics or other corporate projects.

Digital Imaging Specialist

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is currently seeking a Digital Imaging Specialist for the Publishing Group to work on Digital Apps Production for MSL, EDF, and other titles as specified. This position will also work on images for print, as needed. The Specialist will be responsible for color correcting, retouching, manipulating, and trafficking digital images and other related digital assets. The Specialist will also provide the same services for other publishing projects and departments as directed. The Specialist must be able to translate mark-ups on digital proofs to actual retouching, and have the ability to turn work around quickly on tight deadlines. Apply here:

Country Living Magazine Spring Photo Intern

Country Living Magazine seeks a 2011 Spring Semester intern for their photo department. The internship is for college credit only and hours are negotiable depending on school schedule. Job duties will include, but are not limited to: Light administrative and organizational work Helping with photography research Sending issues out to contributors Updating and managing the wall of current issue pages Assisting as needed on shoots .

Esquire Photo Intern: Winter and/or Spring

The position is for college credit only (there is no stipend. It is part-time (2-3 full days) or full-time depending on school schedule. The days and hours are negotiable.

Good Housekeeping Magazine SPRING 2011 Photography Internship

Good Housekeeping, a magazine of Hearst Corporation, is looking for a photo intern for the SPRING 2011 semester. The atmosphere is fun, relaxed, and very educational. Interns will learn about the daily activities of a large-scale magazine. This includes publishing, photo editing, photo research, and photo shoots (and much more). Interns will be primarily responsible for helping the photo team do photo research. However, interns will also be able to visit the in-house studio and go to photo shoots with the editors. In addition, the photo intern will assist the editors in various administrative tasks including contact with photographers worldwide. This is a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the media industry and to gain experience working for a large media conglomerate. The intern must be able to work 3 days a week for school credit only (no pay). Contact for more information or to set up an interview.

Good Housekeeping Magazine 2010 Spring Art Intern

Good Housekeeping magazine is looking for a 2011 Spring Semester ART INTERN. The right candidate will hold many of the same responsibilities as a full-time staff member, which include conceptualizing art for stories, collaboration with the editorial and photo staff, and designing layouts. Also, the internship candidate will help with everyday tasks such as updating the mock-up wall, scanning, or running errands, etc. The intern will also have the opportunity to help style and prop in-house photo shoots, allowing he/she to follow his/her vision through from concept to finished product. The candidate should be proficient in InDesign and Photoshop. Illustrator skills are a plus. Please email resume and at least 8 PDF samples of your design work (or a link to portfolio site) to This is an UNPAID internship and the candidate MUST receive academic credit.

Freelance Designer/InStyle magazine

Immediate opening. Assist Art Department with editorial design. Intensive page design, all sections of the book up for grabs. Need to be flexible and great with type.

Deputy Art Director for

The Deputy Art Director for is responsible for overseeing all design aspects of, creating and delivering an innovative, user-friendly interface that is consistent with the sophisticated design of the print version of Rolling Stone. The site, which is expanding rapidly, is currently undergoing an extensive redesign, and the Online Deputy Art Director will play a central role in defining and reshaping the overall visual presentation. Must have extensive design experience, a dynamic vision of the current digital universe, and the ability to translate editorial concepts into exciting designs that reflect the Rolling Stone brand. The Deputy Art Director will be a team player with the ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment, come up with alternative solutions on the fly, and take an idea and run with it. Deputy Art Director will also work on special print projects when necessary. The position will report directly to the Art Director of Rolling Stone magazine. RESPONSIBILITES * Maintains all brand guidelines and visual styles used on Rolling Stone and online marketing campaigns to ensure consistency in the brand's online presence under the direction of the magazine's Art Director. * Collaborates directly with the magazine's Art Director, as well as Rolling Stone editorial team to conceive and execute design projects on tight deadlines. * Responsible for aligning creative concept with technical specifications. * Design ongoing website updates (special features, new promotions, etc).

Sr Designer/Art Director

Sandow Media, publishers of LUXE Interiors + Design, NewBeauty, Worth, Watch Journal, Interior Design, and Furniture Today Media Group is seeking strong editorial and print designers. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with energy, enthusiasm, and passion. This is an excellent opportunity to work on award-winning publications, with a growing company.

Inked Magazine Design Intern

Inked Magazine is looking for a graphic design intern. The intern will work firsthand with the Creative Director of Inked magazine. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in the magazine industry to gain professional experience in a friendly environment.

Martha Stewart Living Art Intern

Martha Stewart Living Magazine is currently looking for an art department intern for three months beginning November 2010. This is a full-time, paid position (for three months) in our West Chelsea location, where you will be working directly with the art directors, production staffers, and editors on our award-winning monthly publication. You'll update and manage the wall of current issue pages, do basic Photoshop work, create illustrations in Adobe Illustrator, design clip-art for projects in the magazine, and help with page layout for various parts of the book, as well as handling some administrative responsibilities.

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