We are hiring
Things are a changin’ and we are looking for a full time text editor/writer. You'll be an important part of the editorial staff of A New Type of Imprint, as well as working with ANTI's clients.
If you are a writer who
- writes engaging and inspiring long reads
- can produce several smaller articles per day
- is comfortable with briefing and guiding freelancers
- would like a diverse workday in a pulsing creative environment
- is interested in working creatively to develop the magazine as well as new projects
- is immensely passionate about storytelling
You have to live or be able to move to Oslo, Norway and you are starting mid-January 2017.
We are already looking forward to having you on board!
A New Type of Imprint is a magazine on Norwegian creative culture and design.
The magazine is published quarterly by full-service creative agency ANTI.
From being the strange kid at school often seen with a sketchbook and a pencil in his pocket, inspired by Nina Turtles, Saber Riders and video games—to being a grownup exploring nebulous stories and scenarios. Was Timo Lenzen born to become an illustrator?
The grandson of a noted printer, Spanish-born, NYC-based graphic designer Alex Trochut forged his own path in the field, with little knowledge of his family pedigree. Instead, he largely relied on his own instincts and interests, a formula that has made him sought after by the world’s largest brands.
From the history of the Pet Rock (Gary Dahl’s invention which grew to become the most popular gift during the 1975 holiday season), to a Beer Selfie Stick and a VR doorbell, to a bunch of other reasons why being completely useless is a matter of reclaiming creativity and gaining true greatness—of sorts.
In her series Infra Realism, photographer Kate Ballis transformed her artistic muse, Palm Springs, California, into something more than a desert town, and it gave her a window into a completely new world. “Perhaps, this series is a way of finally attaining the dreamland we were sold in the 80s.”
Graphic Brutalism is one of the latest shifts challenging the established order in the field of graphic design and, as in the case of most emerging trends, opinions about it differ widely. Is it here to stay, or is it just another passé?
“If we do not stand together, this cycle of violence will never end. I believe we stand at a crossroads, and that we have to work for our collective future and humanity.” Meet the brave and talented filmmaker Deeyah Kahn, who just received her second Emmy Award!
“Why am I so addicted to success? What am I trying to prove?” Chief Editor of A New Type of Imprint, Veronica Mike, on the goal-driven career path of a creative, the power of commitments and knowing when to let them go.
In the heat of Nike’s ‘Just Do It’ 30th anniversary campaign, we give you a solid essay by Tom Morgan on brand activism: The 21st Century brands, big and small, local and global, are starting to voice a new type of opinion, fast becoming leaders of change. Are brands shaping our future?