As a full-service agency, W21 does work for a range of local, regional, and national accounts across an exciting variety of industries. We’re looking for a skilled designer to work with our creative team in producing award-worthy advertising and design.

This person will play a crucial role in crafting designs through every step of the process, from concept to final artwork. The ideal candidate will have real-world experience in creating tasty aesthetics—and enjoy having fun along the way.

Check out our website. If this is a place where you can see yourself making an impact and enjoying your downtime in the Mountain West, we’d love to hear from you. We’re looking for someone great, and we’re willing to wait for the right person.


5+ years of design-related experience

A strong portfolio

Expert Adobe Creative Suite experience in Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop

Digital design experience including use of online editors (e.g. WordPress, MailChimp)

Bachelor’s degree preferred

A passion for the work / desire to learn

Detail oriented / cares about quality

Willing to relocate (This is not a contract or freelance position.)

Essential Duties

Deliver work with a high level of creative aesthetic, versatility, and originality

Collaborate well across the agency

Manage shared aspects of a project from concept to completion

Present work to internal and client teams with strong personal skills

Contribute to process improvement and team planning

…and you can’t help but analyze creative work when you see it

How To Apply

Warehouse Twenty One is a brand, campaign, and event firm. Our team works in a restored warehouse in the historic West Edge of Cheyenne, Wyoming. We’re passionate about amazing work and play as often as possible. We offer competitive salaries, excellent bennies, and a 401K in a hard-working, laid-back culture.

Please send your portfolio, resume, and salary requirements to, and include “Graphic Designer” in the subject line.

Thank you.

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