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Scenic Artist/Painter, Visual Architects


We are an organisation of creatives, artisans, builders, thinkers and riggers, and together we possess an array of skill sets which allow us to tailor every aspect of an event. We were formed in 2013 as a sister company to illumiNaughty, an event we have run since 2006. This has given us the knowledge and know-how of how events work and what they need, in order to run efficiently and avoid the headaches that come with production. After expanding quickly across the U.K. demand soon grew for our services across Europe and further afield. We currently work in Dubai, Ibiza, California, Croatia and Saudi Arabia, with plans to reach new destinations over the upcoming seasons.

All of our productions are dipped in imagination, built by artisans, and installed by professional riggers.
We are looking for a Scenic Painter/Artist to be responsible for working with the Construction Coordinator. Basic duties would include, priming, painting, texturing, sculpting, detailing, etc. of all hard scenic items and backdrops.


-Interpreting design renderings.
-Mix colour based on designer renderings and colour-matching based on existing pieces.
-Creation of pounces and stencils.
-Base, primary, and finish painting of all hard pieces of scenery.
-Sculpting and carving of organic foam shapes.
-Laying out and painting of backdrops either upright on a paint frame or painted flat on a stage.
-Assist the props or crafts department on specialty paint projects as requested. 
-Touch-up and maintenance of all completed projects.
-Assist in organization and maintenance of workspaces and tools.
-Maintain a clean and safe workspace.
-Ability to work within a group.

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Photo, Crowds enjoying Garden of Light, by TILT. Lumiere London 2016, produced by Artichoke, supported by Mayor of London. Credit Matthew Andrews 2016.

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Photo, Jennie Gill, Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield. Photo Our Favourite Places / Nigel Barker for Yorkshire Artspace.