Heads up, creatives — Casey Neistat has put out the call.
The YouTuber and filmmaker has teamed up with Adobe to seek a graphic designer, a photographer, and an editor to join him from Dec. 9 to 15 at the headquarters of his new venture, 368, to create the core visual components of the 368 brand. Those chosen will each be paid $5,000, and will have their travel expenses fully covered.
HUGE NEWS. we at @368 are partnering w @Adobe we are looking to hire an editor, photographer and designer for a week (paid$) to help design the branding for 368 (info inda link) – https://t.co/8qnKXePNXV
— Casey Neistat (@CaseyNeistat) December 3, 2018
Submissions for the contest, called One Week at 368, are open through this Friday, Dec. 7. To enter, applicants should post their best work from their portfolios on Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #Adobe368. Adobe and Neistat are firm that entrants should not create and apply with 368-branded content, and should only apply with existing work. In order to enter, creators must also be subscribed to the Adobe Creative Cloud YouTube channel, over 18 years old, and willing to be featured on camera.
Neistat launched 368 in August. It’s his first business venture since CNN shuttered Beme, the social video app he created and sold for a reported $25 million. 368 is partially a vlogging project, with Neistat uploading daily vlogs — though but the larger chunk involves the establishment of a collaborative workspace at 368 Broadway in New York City — which also happens to be Beme’s former headquarters. The workspace is meant to serve as a hub for fellow creators, including YouTubers, musicians, and podcasters.
You can see the full list of entry requirements for “One Week at 368” here.