Alexis Mattox Design specializes in stationery, party and wedding products with a specific emphasis on laser cut greeting cards and cake toppers. We create celebratory products and are looking for a passionate, skilled person to join our team. AMD is a family-operated small business producing quality goods, made in America.
Starting hourly rate $16-22 depending on qualifications and experience
-Bachelor Degree in graphic design or a fine art field-BFA preferred
-2+ years experience
-Proficient in Adobe Illustrator (you know those shortcuts, right?)
-Proficient in Adobe Photoshop
-Experience with digital drawing tablets a plus
-DSLR photography skills and Adobe Lightroom a plus
-Strong Illustrative Abilities
-Strong Ideation and sketching skills
-Ideal candidates will have experience or skills in the following areas: Typography, calligraphy or hand-lettering, knowledge of current trends, love social media, and enjoy creative problem solving.
-Attention to detail
-Organized and able to switch between projects easily
-Motivated and able to work independently
-Participate in bi-weekly critiques -- giving and receiving constructive criticism
-Enjoys problem solving and creative thinking
-Send your resume and portfolio of work to info@AlexisMattoxDesign.com
Happy December! December is typically filled with at least a couple of movie nights of ELF at our house. I thought I'd make a little Christmas decor/ motivational poster for my desk!
So we have made a little free download for you too!
My desk is also never this clean so I felt like this moment should be documented as well. It is usually covered with papers and samples and, frequently, like a million cheerios!
Click the image below to copy the high resolution image. It is formatted to an 8.5 x 11 inch paper so you can just print it on your home printer and cut it down to size.
This past week our National Stationery Show booth was featured on Oh So Beautiful Paper. Check out some of the images below.
We had a very tropical inspired theme for this year, featuring cut paper ferns and leaves in many shades of green. If you look closely, you can see a few pineapples sticking out here and there too.
Photos via Nole Garey of Oh So Beautiful Paper.