We’ve got a ghoulish selection of fun and FREE Halloween vector templates to sink your teeth into!
These recent fan art posters were created by outrageously talented artists who’ve made these posters as tributes to the shows they love. Often surpassing the actual marketing posters from these shows, they are true examples of fan art – taking the original material and producing something original and appealing for other fans of the show.
NextDayFlyers specializes in high-quality discount postcards, perfect for businesses in need of eye-catching marketing materials. But there are some postcards that are probably best left on the cutting room floor. Here are a few examples of delightfully absurd postcards that you probably won’t see at your local gift shop.
If you’re looking for a cool design for your Halloween window clings, here are a few 36″x 24″ FREE templates in vector (AI) format to use as a design starter. Simply add your own copy to create fantastic Halloween decorations and promotions.
How well do you know your skulls? Just in time for all your Halloween artwork and promotions, we present the ultimate skull cheat sheet that shows every skull style imaginable, whether you’re looking for designs that are traditional, cute, or hazardous to your health! A ludicrously long and detailed infographic, this skull guide is perfect as design reference for your flash tattoo’s, stickers, art prints, and other skull artwork. As an added bonus, we’re offering a flash pack of vector skulls from this massive file of skull designs for you to use with your own designs and graphics.
If you’re designing a logo for a business, then this vector symbol logos pack is going to help you out tremendously. Filled with over 32 logos that cover industries such as restaurant, financial, corporate, new media, non-profit, real estate, production, electrical, and many more.
Let’s be honest for a minute. Are your business cards a total embarrassment? The answer may surprise you. We have seen many terrible business card designs than we care to acknowledge. But there is hope. The way to design a better business card isn’t by looking at good examples, but by looking at bad examples, and understanding what makes them such visual eyesores.