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Creative Artworker

  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Contract: Freelance
  • Location: London
  • Industry: Agency
Job description Freelance Creative Artworker - Branding Agency - £180-£220 a day - London

As a Creative Artworker you will be asked to use your skills across a wide array of projects from including but not limited to; brochures, catalogues, presentations, exhibition boards, floor plans, maps, bid documents, proposals and project reports.

You must have the ability to produce high quality and creative materials and documentation across print ready platforms, Digital experience would be an advantage but not essential.

Previous experience working within property or branding would be beneficial .

Please email me if you are available -
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