About TQ Tezos (Tocqueville Group)
 
TQ is a New York-based blockchain technology company advancing the Tezos project. In close collaboration with global teams,TQ builds products on Tezos and developer tools to help other teams all around the world do so. TQ also helps startups and enterprises adopt Tezos for a variety of exciting use cases, facilitating the growth of a robust, high-functioning Tezos ecosystem.

What You Will Do

  • Commission a high volume of artwork (primarily digital trading card game card art):
    • Finalize commission details,
    • Place each commission at art studios and/or freelance illustrators,
    • Provide ongoing direction on commissions,
    • Maintain the relationships with each studio/illustrator partner.
  • Track invoices/payments to external partners.
  • Lead external illustrators in creating concept art.
  • Review final card files to ensure overall art quality.
  • Participate in brainstorms on future Emergents creative development.

What You Will Bring

  • 2+ yrs commercial art experience; experience as a commissioning Art Director/Art Producer is a plus.
  • Strong communication skills and are comfortable giving and receiving feedback.
  • A portfolio demonstrating strong creative vision.
  • Current with modern digital illustration techniques and processes.
  • Adept in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, InDesign and Google Docs.
  • Worldbuilding/character design experience, interest in heroic fantasy/sci-fi/superheros is a plus.

How You Will Be Successful.

  • Communication: You have fantastic written and verbal communication.
  • Collaboration: You know the “how” is as important as the “what” and you aim to build effective relationships across the organizations, as well as externally with 3rd parties. You are mindful of diverse perspectives and engage others in a professional manner.
  • Empathy: You can relate to and understand the motivations of gamers who may not be like you.
  • Time Management: You can handle multiple projects with varying and changing timelines. Projects are completed on time and you ask for help as needed. You are able to effectively work remotely without direct supervision.
  • Attention to detail: You find the errors most would overlook.
We offer:
  • Flexible work environment
  • Competitive compensation
  • Full benefits
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • 401k matching 

InterPop strongly believes that diversity of human experience is critical to creating accessible experiences for *all* of our players. We encourage everyone to consider being a part of our team.

Fully remote work will be considered for qualified candidates.

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