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Artist And Art Separator Using Photoshop for Graphic Tshirts
Campus CollectionTuscaloosa, AL
Graphic artist or hand illustration would be a great addition to the other skills needed for this job. Graphic artist or hand illustration would be a great addition to the other skills needed for this job.
Artist
Campus CollectionTuscaloosa, AL
Must have experience in this field and also photoshop experience is required
$30,000 - $35,000 a year Part-time
jobsearcher.com/articlesSandwich Artist Certificate
The most crucial thing to keep in mind about the subway sandwich artist position is that it involves working in an active work environment.
Subway of Middlebury is in need of a SUBWAY Sandwich Artist Think you have what it takes to make someone's day with a beautifully crafted sandwich?
Artist And Art Separator Using Photoshop for Graphic Tshirts
Campus CollectionTuscaloosa, AL
Job is mainly for color separations for screen printing but also requires digital layouts of art on various apparel for customer to review. We are looking for a color separator for tshirt screen printing.
$33,000 - $36,000 a year Full-time

artist jobs Title: artist Company: campus collection

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