An Artist Brilliantly Illustrates The Truth Behind Creative Jobs – Design You Trust

An Artist Brilliantly Illustrates The Truth Behind Creative Jobs


The internet’s favourite illustrator, Chris (Simpsons Artist) has joined forces with ScreenSkills – a professional network for the creative industries to reveal what it’s actually like to work in a number of different creative industries.


ScreenSkills asked the ‘Simpsons Pictures That I Gone and Done’ mastermind to apply his unique sense of humour to the images, all of which are represented on Hiive.


ScreenSkills offers users a portfolio platform, access to educational resources and job opportunities from companies including Sky, Channel 4 and Penguin Random House.


Check out Chris’ images below, and for some more enjoyable job opportunities check out the vacancies section over on ScreenSkills


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