Creativemarket Identity Bundle VOL.2 / 5in1 448677
Important: You can edit every element/detail in our mockups! Accurate, flexible and unique mock-ups are what you need to show your product in full of glory. Just put your design in Smart Objects, choose a color and save to present it in professional way.
Creativemarket Christmas Creators Bundle 448113
I'm happy to introduce to you the Christmas Creators Bundle which includes
Christmas Illustration Creator/ Funny Foxes - http://crtv.mk/p0JqU
Christmas Illustration Creator/ Serious Bears - http://crtv.mk/q0NZZ
Christmas Patterns - http://crtv.mk/a0Fvx
I've packed the bundle with over 120 winter & Xmas elements. Funny Foxes and Serious Bears are here to bring your illustration idea to live. Each character has at least 3 different positions for hands and legs, sweaters and accessories. You can easily mix them up and create entirely new positions and variations. There are tons of possibilities.
Weissenhof Grotesk is a constructed geometric sans serif from Stefanie Schwarz and Dirk Wachowiak – two designers from Stuttgart, where the Weissenhofsiedlung, or Weissenhof Estate, was built in 1927. Their family ships with four weights, each of which has an italic. The typeface’s letterforms are inspired by modern architectural features, such as curves combining with straight segments. The straight-sided “o”, for instance, acts as a pattern for many other letters. Weissenhof Grotesk features monolinear strokes and a good amount of contrast between the stroke thickness of each weight. Its letter proportions tend toward equalisation, without becoming monospaced. The corners of each stroke’s endings are rounded-off.
Graphicriver Golden Hero Image Scene Generators 13253413
High Resolution PSD | 109 isolated objects | 10 scenes (.PSD files) | 9 typographic elements | Smart objects | Size: 3500×2500px (11×8inch) | Resolution: 300dpi | Colour model: RGB | Organized Layers and Folders | 100% PSD files fully layered | Drawn in Photoshop CC
Guillaume is a small family of text fonts with its roots in the French sixteenth century. The roman is based on the types of Guillaume Le Bé (c.1525–1598), and the italic on those of Claude Garamont (Garamond) (d. 1561). Garamont’s romans have inspired countless modern interpretations, but his italics, despite their merit, have attracted much less attention.
Guillaume offers extensive support for European languages, and is best suited for use in applications that support OpenType. Among its OpenType features are ligatures, small caps, several sets of numerals, contextual alternates, intelligent implementation of long ‘s’ and other period features, and fractions. For more detail, please see the pdf available in the Gallery.