One of the most useful collections of resources a designer can own is a library of vector graphics. No matter what kind of project you’re working on, there will always be times when you need to make use of a generic item. Usually you would have to manually create these peripheral elements, but having a collection of ready made items can be a real time saver. This ultimate creative vector elements collection from Design Cuts contains 1000s of various elements all in one bundle, it’s basically an entire vector library on offer for a limited time. All the items included are best sellers at their full price, so having them on sale at 90% off is unheard of!
Posts from May, 2014
The latest set of freebies I’ve been working on is a little unusual, but hopefully it will be the perfect resource for designers working on vintage style artwork based on the theme of BBQs, butchery, culinery or maybe even hunting. Download this free set of editable vector animal illustrations with hand lettering style text, similar to the traditional meat cut charts used by butchers.
I’ve been having some fun lately creating logo emblems in an abstract design style based on the house sigils from Game of Thrones. This particular style where a subject is simplified and replicated with just straight lines results in cool stylized graphics which make fantastic logo designs. In today’s Illustrator tutorial I’m going to share my process of creating this abstract illustration style to help you create geometric line art of your own.
Check out the best selling items on creative resources websites and you’ll see the superb Photoshop Action packs by Tom Anders. These popular Actions allow you to quickly and easily apply awesome photo effects to your images, with each set containing loads of different styles. Access All Areas members are being treated today with a donation from Tom Anders of one of his latest packs named Season Actions. This set contains 28 unique season themed photographic effects to give you Winter, Spring, Summer and Autumn style photographs on-demand.
It has almost become a trend for artists and designers to reimagine movie posters to show off their own take on a design. There’s some fantastic examples out there ranging from series of minimal movie posters to redesigns of popular film posters with totally unusual styles. For today’s post I’ve put together a huge showcase of over 50 must see examples of alternative movie posters. Some of these are even better than the originals and offer some real inspiration for the kinds of personal projects you can do yourself.
Every creative person has a weak spot for beautiful fonts, so when offers like this pop up it’s difficult to pass them by! I’ve just grabbed this Monster Creative Fonts Bundle from Design Cuts and added 10 lovely new fonts to my collection. There’s some really epic looking hand drawn fonts alongside some really elegant styles, here’s a preview of what’s included.