I’ve seen some enticing deals recently but this Artistic Fonts Bundle is by far the best collection I’ve ever seen! $400 worth of absolutely gorgeous fonts discounted by a whopping 93% makes this the best $29 you’ll ever spend. This bundle features 14 hand crafted fonts, all of which are competing as my favourite! There isn’t one typeface that I’m not itching to use in a future design project. Here’s a brief overview of the amazing fonts you can get your hands on.
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!
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.
If you love finding awesome design resources that help you create vintage style designs then you should definitely check out this whole new bundle from Design Cuts. I’ve been really enjoying playing with the goodies from their last retro and vintage bundle, but this latest collection is packed full of more completely new and enticing items. This Ultimate Vintage and Retro Design Bundle is crammed with over 1000 high quality premium resources, including authentic textures, logo templates, brushes and vectors.
Happy Birthday everyone! April marks that time of year when I celebrate another year of running this blog and take a look back at what has changed over time. Seven years have now ticked by since I started this site in April of 2007. I was a little worried after writing up last year’s 6 year anniversary post because soon after Google Reader was due to be retired, which was the tool 75% of my readers used to browse my content. Thankfully I survived the apocalypse and my blog is doing better than ever! Let’s take a look behind the scenes and see what’s new this year.
In the past I’ve always kept away from distressed style fonts for the basic reason that using the same letter twice within any word in your design stands out like a sore thumb as the weathered markings are identical between them. However, I’ve just come across this huge creative fonts bundle on Design Cuts that contains a bunch of incredible fonts that bypass this problem by including loads of additional variations with different levels of wear and tear.