Starface has turned traditional complexion care on its head, as the first to combine efficacy and optimism, making acne an opportunity for self-expression.


The Senior Graphic Designer will be responsible primarily for developing and executing designs and illustrations across multiple initiatives while still staying true to the overall brand identity under the guidance of the Senior Art Director and Creative Director. You must have immense attention to detail, strong color and aesthetic sensibilities, and illustration skills.


You will team up with the Senior Art Director and creative team at large to do the following…

  • Develop design driven products, such as custom illustrated patches and accompanying logotypes
  • Assist in the development of graphic directions and assets for campaign collateral 
  • Partner with the Product Development Team by creating and updating product packaging 
  • Create digital mock-ups and prepare files for review in meetings with key stakeholders
  • Assist with the production process for packaging and other print materials such as developing production specifications, and selecting appropriate production media and materials, such as ink, finishes and paper; inspecting proofs, etc. 
  • Assist in the creation of digital and social assets
  • Partner cross functionally with the brand marketing, team to execute on a range of projects including campaigns, OOH, print and digital advertising, and assets for retail partners
  • Manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment ensuring deliverables are achieved on time while maintaining a high standard


  • 3-5 years of relevant experience, fashion or beauty a plus! 
  • Experience in illustration and the development of custom logotypes and typography 
  • Experienced with print but comfortable also taking on digital and social projects as needed
  • Packaging experience specifically is ideal and a major plus
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, etc.)and Figma. Experience with 3D rendering software is a plus
  • A consistent and open communicator; not afraid to ask questions
  • Must be up-to-date and aware of current graphic, fashion, and beauty trends, as well as the greater culture at large 
  • Has a strong and informed POV and understanding of aesthetics 
  • Takes their work very seriously and is meticulous about the details
  • Not afraid to be bold—pushing the limits and breaking traditional design rules and presenting ideas that might be a little out there
  • Proactive about their work and always thinking about ways to push the brand
  • Able to work under pressure and tight deadlines 


The compensation for this role is a $85-110K base depending on level of experience, and includes bonus eligibility and company stock options.

  • Current benefits include:
    • Access to high-quality health care options, including 100% coverage for employee and spouse 
    • Access to a 401k with 5% employer match 
    • 4 weeks of vacation plus 15 paid holidays 
    • Home office stipend 

If you need any assistance with your application please contact careers@starfaceworld.com

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