The Creative Design Bundle contains over 1000 icons, vector elements, Photoshop templates, an essential designer’s strategy guide and a lot of useful bonus files for just pennies on the dollar! With a total download size of 1.4GB, you’ll get all of this bundled together at an insane price – just $49! The items in this bundle are valued at over $1,000 – meaning you get a whopping 95% off!
All items tagged with "graphic design"
Are you just now coming out of your holidays hibernation and venturing back into the real world? Some of us are still struggling with that too, so we wanted to remind you guys about our Ultimate Designer Toolkit bundle that will be expiring in less than 16 hours. Head over to Deals.CultofMac.com to get it before it’s gone.
If you’re a creative looking to upgrade your ammo, we’ve found just the designer toolkit for you. For just a moment, try to imagine the capabilities you as a designer will have with over 60,000 premium design resources! Yeah, it gives us the butterflies too. Adding something like this to your designer quiver will just make you that much more dangerous out there in the designer world.
Think about the capabilities… we’re talking 27,000 Photoshop Gradients, 18,000 Photoshop Layer Styles, 2,986 Photoshop Brushes, 1,290 High Resolution Textures, 1,129 Vector Elements, 1,454Vector Illustrations, 1,105 Adobe Add-ons, 815 Photoshop patterns, 340 Seamless Vectors, and thousands of other cool designer toys all for only $49.
Hey, remember the late 1990s? It was a heady time of rap-rock records, resurgent sci-fi epics, and, most importantly, the photo mosaic, an art form where computer artists take hundreds of tiny images and make a vaguely unsettling and blurry bigger picture.
Now we can take a trip back courtesy of Charis Tevis, a graphic artist commissioned by Fortune for its recent cover story on the iCEO. The rad image (click through to see it in all its glory) basically builds Steve Jobs out of the full portfolio of Apple products.
He’s got a lot of others on his Flickr account, including another image of Steve and one of Barack Obama.