The music company founded by London-based musician Jai Paul, his brother A. K. Paul, and their associate Muz Azar, called The Paul Institute, is seeking a London-based design intern. The Paul Institute posted a listing on the University of the Arts London's jobs board website looking for someone to do visual research, graphic design and layout projects, moodboard creation, and artist communications.
The Paul Institute is in the process of situating itself at the intersection of the arts and tech industries, and released A. K. Paul's debut single 'Landcruisin' in March of this year. To give potential applicants an idea of their creative direction, they cite that single's physical and digital artwork as well as their website in the listing.
The internship will last three months, have a salary of $7.45 (£6.95) per hour, and be located in central London. Applicants have until Monday December 12, next week, to apply.
Detroit icon Moodymann included Jai Paul's breakout single "BTSTU" on his eclectic DJ-Kicks mix earlier this year.
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