This Ultimate Designer Toolkit Provides Everything For Your Graphic Design Needs [Deals]



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 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.

Yeah, for only $49 you can snag this incredible toolkit that will give your imagination more than enough arrows to take out your next project. Lastly, if that imagination of yours doesn’t get excited about the possibilities that come with this package, then simply, don’t add it to your repertoire; but if it does, be careful with it because this toolkit will give any designer an ultimate edge.

Head over to to see all the magic that lies in the tool kit.

  • prof_peabody

    No offence Buster, but this reads like an advertisement. In fact it *is* an advertisement.  

    Also, speaking as someone who has been a graphic designer off and on since before there were computers, this is a rip-off.  99% of this stuff is pure junk.  

    No real graphic designer needs a file of hundreds Photoshop filters and brushes they won’t ever use.  This is as bad as, and pretty much the same as, those gigantic collections of clip-art and filters that used to be flogged on CD in the 90’s.  

    Hardly worth it even if you got it for free.  Let alone for 50 bucks.   

    In fact, now that I think of it, I don’t think I’ve ever seen you write an article for this site.  Everything you post is just an advertisement.  Do you get a cut of the proceeds?  

  • Buster

    It is an advertisement for a deal that we have on As for my news articles you can read them here… but I mostly handle our social media and promotion of deals.cultofmac

  • NukemHill

    Will it supply talent?