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Marketing Art Director Wanted AAA Studio Denmark Posted Jan 03
Interactive Selection , Denmark (Copenhagen)
 
This AAA studio in the heart of Copenhagen is looking for a Marketing Art Director to execute visuals for advertising their titles and products. You will collaborate with the Brand Marketing Director, the Game Director and the Studio Creative Director, focusing on how to achieve the best creative vision of marketing materials and promotional campaigns. 

What you will do:
Produce and direct productions of visuals and trailer assets. 
Your goal is to set new standards for style and concepts in games-gaining optimal resonance within the market.

Your job is to:
Align marketing, maintaining brand consistency and creating brand campaigns.
Support and liaise with the Studio Creative Director to create a clear artistic style that supports and communicates the creative vision of the different game franchises in the studio.
Work closely with the game management teams (game director and art director) ensuring that all the key art features are in alignment with the game vision.
Develop and design  key artwork as well as giving feedback, direction, guidance, inspiration and supporting the individual team members through all phases of production.
Provide feedback and guidance to external partners on art content and reviews and work to ensure it is appropriate for the project.

Who you are:
5+ years ad agency experience and/or at least one AAA title under your belt. 
You are excellent at digital illustration and concepts as well as adapting styles to suit projects.
Strong background in brand direction and marketing
Pitch, show and present as necessary
Illustration skills including form, composition, perspective, light, colour theory, surface texture, anatomy, and architecture

Ref: 2386..We are an equal opportunities recruitment agency that values diversity and do not discriminate.  We encourage clients to welcome applicants from all backgrounds.


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