Senior graphic designer with a nose for leadership? Want to spend your days among imaginary worlds? Weta Workshop is looking for a rock star who can take our brand to creative new heights!
Your mission: Develop and direct design for the Weta Workshop Masterbrand and its myriad of sub-brands and departments. Cohesive. Dynamic. Exceptional. All words woven into your design DNA, and good thing too – because you’ll be a crucial shade in our diverse palette, ensuring that our rapidly expanding company is represented to the highest creative standard across both print and digital.
From packaging and presentations to posters, promotions, and far beyond, it’s four seasons of Cool Stuff in one day – and with the help of our dedicated graphic design team, you’ll thread it all together under one Weta Workshop-shaded umbrella. An umbrella that you’ll wield with a flourish, as the guardian of our visual brand identity.
If you have a keen interest in Sci-Fi and Fantasy pop culture, and/or design, architecture, film and gaming, and would like to apply for this role please click the link below and attach your cover letter and CV.
Please provide a link to examples of your work.
To be considered for this role you must already be eligible for work in New Zealand.
Applications close Friday 13th July 2018 at 5pm.
Fantastic work. Also hearing great things about the Drive project in low-income communities. Congrats to all involved!
1989 called... They want their idea back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmNymPocKro
Absolutely, have to admit this was confusing to me and my team as well.
Oh man, this is TERRIBLE!!!!!! So damn confusing...just have a straightforward rationale and stick with it Lightbox...
I like it
As David Ogilvy would say ... perhaps the advertising agency thinks the public find the actual products as boring as the agency does.
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