Art Director

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October 13, 2021
Full Time

LunchBox Entertainment is looking for an Art Director to join our MOBA project. Responsibilities include laying out and realizing the artistic vision of our game. Applicants should have experience shipping a game and leading a team. All work will be remote.

What you'll get to do:

  • Lead our graphics engineer and 2D/3D artists to fulfill your artistic vision. 
  • Develop concepts for environments, set pieces, props.
  • Assist in the 3D production pipeline.
  • Create pre-visualization concepts for shaders and VFX for our graphics engineer to program. 

What we are looking for:

  • Strong fundamentals in design & art principles.
  • Strong background in stylized aesthetics. 
  • 2+ years of experience leading a team of artists.
  • 4+ years of experience with any of the following: Maya/3DS/Blender. 
  • 4+ years experience working within Unity.
  • Experience releasing a game. 
  • Experience creating art for competitive games.
  • Quick, iteration friendly, 2D/3D design workflow. 
  • Familiarity with a range of game development programs and pipelines.
  • Experience in environment, prop and VFX concept design.
  • Strong communication skills & receptiveness to feedback.‍

Nice to haves:

  • Knowledge of Unity shaders and technical art. 
  • Enjoy playing RTS and MOBA games. 
  • Experience creating top-down environments.   


Please email your resume, portfolio, and any additional relevant experience to: 

We're also hiring a Concept Designer and UI/UX Artist. You can view (and share) all of our openings here.

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