Visual Production Designer

the role

Artsy is seeking a designer to create some of our key communication points for our website, mobile app, and physical presence at art world events.

Your primary responsibilities would be designing our homepage banners, curating & designing our art fair microsites (ie:, and handling visual communication points for our online and offline art fair presence. 

Your skills should include an excellent sense for combining type and image, a strong understanding of typographic hierarchy, an ability to curate and arrange images, an understanding of color theory, and proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. 

As you will be working closely with various teams, often involving quick turnarounds, we ask that you have prompt communication in email, instant messaging, and in-person conversations related to ongoing projects.

This is a vital role at Artsy as it concerns integral brand touch-points—we are excited to hear what you can bring to the position! 


Please send your resumé and a cover letter to 


We envision a world where a passion for art is just as common as it is for music today. Our goal is to make all art accessible to anyone in the world via any Internet-connected device, from web, to mobile, to touch. 

We've partnered with over 3,000 of the world's leading galleries (e.g. Gagosian Galleries, Pace Gallery, and White Cube) and 500 institutions (e.g. The Louvre, Guggenheim, and The Whitney Museum of American Art) to create a platform to learn about, discuss, and collect art. Over $10 billion dollars worth of art has been uploaded to Artsy, which currently features over 290,000 images of art and architecture by 40,000 artists.

Our goal is ambitious and wouldn't be possible without the amazing support of investors and advisors such as Wendi Murdoch, Sky Dayton, Charlie Cheever, Alexis Ohanian, Dasha Zhukova, Thrive Capital, and Larry Gagosian.