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Print Graphic Designer

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A firm that licenses the rights to works of musical theatre is seeking a Graphic Designer (focused mainly on Print) to help them for 10-25/hours per week. This would be an ongoing freelance role, off-site, checking in once or twice a month in person to update on projects. They need someone to help create logos, postcards, playbills, posters, etc. The style they need is clean, primary colors, bold.

The companies library skews towards classic Broadway shows from the 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. They license amateur and professional productions all over the world but their single biggest market demographic is American high schools.

They are interested in forming an ongoing relationship with a freelance graphic designer to create print and digital marketing materials. Specific projects that they are currently interested in break down into logo design and print marketing layout:

Print Marketing: They want to update their print marketing. It is currently very text heavy and bulky. They have a number of announcements coming up soon that they would like to communicate directly to their customers using high impact glossy postcards. They will provide the copy for all postcards but will need a GD to assist with layout and in some cases, image creation. Each postcard should be designed for print but they will also feature a digital version on their website, blog and Facebook page.

Logo Design: If they establish an excellent relationship with the designer, they have a long term goal of permanently redesigning their company logo and creating a company font (we may need a different type of professional for the font work). They also need 10-20 logos for their most popular shows that they can print in their books and scores and license to their customers for use in their own marketing (playbills, posters, merchandise, etc).

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