Premium design resources can be really expensive. Fonts in particular are often the most costly tool a designer needs, so when a massive saving like this comes along it’s hard to let it pass by! Design Cuts are known for slashing their bundle prices, but this latest offer blows every other deal on the web out of the water with well over $1000 shaved off the price. 30 best selling fonts with a retail price of $1150 are being sold for just $39, that equates to a discount of 97%, or $1111.50 to be exact. That’s enough to buy an iMac with the money you’re saving!
I’m excited to share my latest collection of free vector textures. This set features 12 screen textures of various densities ranging from ultra fine to heavy and dark, so you’ll always be able to find the perfect level of detail in your work. Use them as backgrounds to add subtle texturing, or apply them as layer masks to erase away portions of your art to mimic authentic screen printing effects. These textures are vector graphics, which means they’re extremely versatile and can be scaled to cater for artwork of any size without loss of quality.
Access All Areas members can now get their hands on some lovely illustrated flyer templates courtesy of FlyerHeroes. This foodie flyer bundle is a compilation of 12 individual flyer designs to produce the ultimate collection of templates for food related businesses. Each flyer comes as a ready-to-use Photoshop PSD and includes a detailed character that has been lovingly hand illustrated by Jo Taylor.
Last week I shared a free set of rusty logo mockup textures that I collected from an old WW2 era aerodrome. The files included a Smart Object layer which allowed you to paste in your own artwork and have it applied to the surface, with all the fine details of the decay and corrosion also affecting your design to create a realistic mock up. I discovered a few interesting techniques when creating those textures, so in today’s tutorial I’ll explain the whole process of creating an aged weathered logo mockup of your own.
Need to make an infographic fast? Access All Areas members can get a head start with this collection of vector infographic elements that has been kindly donated from the Infographic Template Shop. This best seller from the range contains a variety of useful vector elements that can be quickly copied and pasted into your own projects, allowing you to easily compose your own layouts with graphics, icons and charts.
I had to illegally trespass onto an old disused WW2 era Aerodrome in order to bring you my latest pack of free design resources, so this collection of rusty metal logo mockup textures is as authentically vintage as you can get! They’re perfect for mocking up your logos and designs onto worn surfaces to create realistic aged weathered effects. All you have to do is paste your artwork onto the Smart Object layer, then your design will be automatically distorted and distressed to simulate an old painted sign.