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30 CSS Puns That Prove Designers Have a Great Sense of Humor

The job of a web designer can be a real pain and frustrating one, but it is also a close-knit community with a healthy sense of humor. Take for instance CSS puns like this:

In fact, you probably get this universal truth even if you aren’t a designer! You can find more from this Reddit thread but for your reading pleasure, I’ve pulled 30 hilarious puns which cover jokes from daily life, movies, political subjects and more.

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Welcome to the 99% club.

Rule No. 1 of married life

The only man who ever won an argument with his wife

Ninja!

Simplest form of ghost

When Eminem is speaking

Don’t mess with Bruce Banner

How Kim Kardashian makes the headlines

Mario’s secret

You have failed this city!

Autobots, roll out!

“Good artist steal, great artists copy”

Ikea builds table.

Lego is never built inline.

Harry Potter must know this one

For people with visual eye strain.

Pumped-up chicks

So that’s how the tower was designed

A monumental moment in history

#greatwall #madeinchina

The secret organization that is said to rule the world

How the Monarchy works

How the government works

This is why people joke about what the opposite of congress is

No wonder they don’t wear shoes

Countries with no border

countries with something like a border

Too Soon?

He wanted to pass so he did something about it

Error 404 for Planes And Ships





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Weekly News for Designers (N.272)


This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week.

You can sign-up to our awesome weekly newsletter for some more amazing articles, resources and freebies.

New Resources & Tools

Transformicons – Animated icons, symbols and buttons using SVG and CSS.
Transformicons - Animated icons, symbols and buttons using SVG and CSS

Rimg – A pure JS responsive image solution for browsers that support mediaqueries.
Rimg - A pure JS responsive image solution for browsers that support mediaqueries

Stickshift – A clean & modern SQL data interface.
Stickshift - A clean & modern SQL data interface

Tinychart – Simple, ready-to-go charts.
Tinychart - Simple, ready-to-go charts

A collection of useful .htaccess snippets, all in one place.
A collection of useful .htaccess snippets, all in one place

Web Font Load – The easiest way to install all of the Google Web Fonts on OSX.
Web Font Load - The easiest way to install all of the Google Web Fonts on OSX

A bunch of funky CSS3 toggle buttons by y Ashley Nolan.
A bunch of funky CSS3 toggle buttons by y Ashley Nolan

Plumin.js – Create and manipulate fonts using Javascript.
Plumin.js - Create and manipulate fonts using Javascript

New Learning & Reading Resources

A Simple Trick for Optimizing SVG Files by Jacob Gube.
A Simple Trick for Optimizing SVG Files by Jacob Gube

Here’s the Official Trello CSS Guide by Bobby Grace.
Here’s the Official Trello CSS Guide by Bobby Grace

Subtle Click Feedback Effects from Codrops.
Subtle Click Feedback Effects from Codrops

Make Material Design Websites with the Materialize CSS Framework from Scotch.io.
Make Material Design Websites with the Materialize CSS Framework from Scotch.io

Deconstructing Dropbox's Animated Guide by Petr Tichy.
Deconstructing Dropbox's Animated Guide by Petr Tichy

Is Working Freelance Really Worth It?
Is Working Freelance Really Worth It?

Free GUI Resources Resources

Freebie: Subway, 306 pixel perfect icons optimized for mobile.
Freebie: Subway, 306 pixel perfect icons optimized for mobile

Freebie: Vicons, 60 Icons, Sketch.
Freebie: Vicons, 60 Icons, Sketch

Freebie: 20 Free Wood Backgrounds.
Freebie: 20 Free Wood Backgrounds

Freebie: Gidole & Gidolinya Typefaces.
Freebie: Gidole & Gidolinya Typefaces

…and finally…

A Hilarious Collection of CSS Puns & Jokes by Saijo George.
A Hilarious Collection of CSS Puns & Jokes

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Should designers care about typographic mistakes?

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ITWASNTALLTHATLONGAGOHISTORICALLYSPEAKINGTHATANY WRITTENTEXTLOOKEDBASICALLYLIKETHIS. (That was “It wasn’t all that long ago, historically speaking, that any written text looked basically like this,” incidentally.)




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10+ Free Photoshop Plugins for Web Designers

Using Photoshop extensions greatly increase its ability to help you design, steamline your workflow and make you be more productive. You can use a Photoshop plugin to speed up repetitive or tedious tasks such as:

There are plenty of other Photoshop extensions out there, and on this list are 12 awesome ones that help you manage your layers, colors, guides and more, to alleviate your workload and help you focus more on what requires your attention. If you know of more Photoshop plugins or extensions, do let us know in the comments.

1. Hexy

Hexy provides you a quicker way to obtain Hex and RGB color code. With this plugin, you can use the eyedropper tool and simply click on the color of the image you want to pick up, and Hexy automatically copies the color to the clipboard for you. That way you can immediately paste it to use it in CSS. It’s a handy tool for color-picking.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC 2014

2. Size Marks

SizeMark allows you to add labels of an object size or the distance between each object using a Marquee tool. SizeMark saves each label created in a new layer so you can customize it whichever way you need e.g. changing the color or adjusting its position. It is essential for when you need to translate PSD into a functional website.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC 2014

3. Pictura

Do you need to insert images in your design? You should install Pictura. Pictura allows you to search and add images to your Photoshop conveniently without leaving your workspace. When installed, Pictura will add a new panel on which you can search any image in any License you need, then insert it to your design immediately.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC 2014

4. Oven

Oven is a nifty plugin that helps you better manage your assets. Photoshop’s Generator allows us to export images in real time but you will have to rename all your layers in order to generate the image correctly and with a proper name. Oven eliminates that hassle.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC and CC 2014

5. Ink

Converting PSD to a functional website is always a tricky process. There is so much detail to examine such as layer styles, font size, font family used, element size and position against other elements. Ink will help you generate these information easily.

6. LayerCraft

LayerCraft is a Photoshop plugin that allows you to export layers into multiple scale. You can export images into @1x, @2x and even @3x (which is required in iOS devices with Retina screen), or mdpi and xhdpi for Android. If your daily job is creating UI for mobile interface, this is the tool that saves you a lot of time.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC and CC 2014

7. Composer

Composer improves the Photoshop Layer Comps feature. Rather than have multiple separate files to store every design revision, Layer Comps lets you store and manage them all in a single file. Layer Comps acts similar to a Smart Object. Each may contain a couple of properties such layer styles and blending modes. Composer, in this case, provides the easiest way to update these styles with just a single click.

Compatibility: Photoshop CS5, CS6, and CC

8. Velositey

Velocity is an extension that can help you build web design prototype quickly. Velocitey comes with a handful of preset templates including the grid. It also comes with common layout placeholders for the website header, content and footer. You can add all these components with just a click. It’s literally a time saver (and it’s free).

Compatibility: Photoshop CS6, CC, CC 2014

9. Duplllicator

Duplllicator provides the fastest way to duplicate Photoshop layers or groups. You can specify the number of copies you want and then set the vertical and horizontal spacing of the duplicated layer.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC and CC 2014

10. QuickGuide

QuickGuide helps you draw guidelines in Photoshop. This plugin provides 12 presets for easy addition of guides on one side, two adjacent sides, or all sides of each object. Other features it carries include toggle locking guides and visibility, deleting entire guides or selected ones, and copy-pasting guides.

Compatibility: Photoshop CC 2014

11. Lorem Ipsum Generator

Lorem Ipsum Generator will generate random words or phrases. Rather than having to copy it from some other place, you can generate Lorem Ipsum right from your Photoshop workspace. A couple of options are provided to customize the output. This plugin is also available for Illustrator, InDesign and Dreamweaver.

Compatibility: Photoshop CS5, CS6 and CC

12. Lorem Picsum

Lorem Picsum generates random images rather than text. The image provided is derived from popular movie and TV shows such as Futurama, Rio, The Simpsons, Finding Nemo, and UP.

Compatibility: Photoshop CS6 and CC





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Flywheel: WordPress Hosting for Designers


If you’re a designer or a creative agency that regularly builds and maintains websites for your clients, it’s likely that you’re often in pursuit of reliable and trustworthy web hosting.

Your clients turn to you for web design, but beyond that, sometimes they also want you to take the hassle of web hosting away from them. Furthermore, since WordPress has become the de facto standard when it comes to building websites, it’s a bonus if your web host can help you deal with WordPress-related issues.

Allow me to introduce you to an amazing managed WordPress hosting service that is especially meant for designers and creative agencies– Flywheel.

What is Flywheel?

Flywheel is a managed WordPress hosting solution that is custom-made for designers, developers and creative agencies that build and deploy WordPress websites for their clientele.

Name anything that you would expect to find in a good web host — blazing fast server performance, regular backups, stellar support, competitive pricing — Flywheel has it all. Furthermore, Flywheel comes with added bonuses of its own, such as server-side caching to help improve your WordPress website’s performance, better security measures, managed upgrades, and a lot more.

What Does Flywheel Bring To The Table?

Now before you go “Yeah, right, another WordPress host with a fancy name,” let us first briefly review what Flywheel has to offer that an ordinary web host would not:

A. Blazing Fast Servers

Flywheel offers lightning-fast server performance, simply by virtue of the fact that each website is hosted on its server with its own share of resources — shared resources with meagre limits set for database connections and I/O throttles are things you might find on your generic $ 5-per-month web hosting, but not with Flywheel.

Obviously, such a setup will ensure that your website works fast — really fast. Add in the fact that Flywheel also employs server-side caching, and your website will load faster than the speed of light (well, not really, but you get the point).

B. Collaboration Is a Breeze

Flywheel takes pride in the fact that it primarily caters to designers and developers building sites for themselves as well as their clients. That means they’ve ensured that collaboration isn’t a headache, no matter how many websites you’re trying to manage.

Each user is given a login to the Flywheel server. By means of the SFTP server, you can easily access all your files neatly organized — be it a single website or a thousand.

But it doesn’t stop here. Say you’re building a website for a client, and you need to demo it to them before actually taking it live. Pretty simple with Flywheel: Just set up a demo site for your client to take a look at it. After they’ve approved it, you can publish the site and transfer its hosting billing to your client. Neat, eh?

C. Awesome Support

No matter how good your web host might be, at some point or the other, you’ll need to contact their support team. This is the experience that sets a good web host apart from a bad one. Every other person can get servers installed in the best datacenter in their country, but when it comes to offering quality support, many web hosts simply fall flat.

Flywheel, being a managed WordPress web host, is run by folks who know what WordPress is and what it can and should do. Security issues, performance problems, guided migrations — no matter what your problem might be, you won’t be let down by Flywheel’s specialist support team.

Plus, just so you know, Flywheel migrates any WordPress site, regardless of the hosting platform it might be on, to its servers free of charge.

D. These Guys Know Their Stuff!

There’s more to Flywheel than just plain web hosting. Not only are they passionate about web hosting in general and WordPress in particular, but they’re also willing to go the extra mile to help their clients.

As designers or developers building websites for clients, you must already be aware of the menaces that can arise; a client might accidentally delete files that should otherwise not be touched, or a website might be hacked due to a poor password. In either case, Flywheel’s support team will be there to help. Be it restoring backups or protecting your website from bad guys, you’re covered on all fronts!

Take, for example, The Layout, a design publication managed and curated by Flywheel. The Layout offers relevant content for web designers and WordPress users alike, and I myself have had the opportunity to write for them.

Conclusion

When it comes to fine-tuned WordPress websites, Flywheel should be on your list of web hosts to check out. Hacker-free security, caching, fast servers, a better SFTP experience, you name it — Flywheel’s got everything a designer can ask for, especially meant for WordPress users.

That said, try Flywheel for yourself and see the difference! You can choose from the multiple plans that they have to offer or check out a custom plan if your needs and requirements so desire.

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The designer’s guide to negotiating like a boss

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Being a terrible negotiator is epidemic among creative professionals. We avoid it, stick our heads in the sand, or perhaps worse, think were above it all and don’t bother So, I created a list of ten truths you must know to help you get what you need when youre feeling pressed. 




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Weekly News for Designers (N.271)


This is our popular weekly design news post where we share our favorite design related articles, resources and freebies from the past week.

You can sign-up to our awesome weekly newsletter for some more amazing articles, resources and freebies.

New Resources & Tools

Vivaldi, a new browser from Opera founder Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner.
Vivaldi, a new browser from Opera founder Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner

CSS Reference, an extensive CSS reference from Codrops. Enough said.
CSS Reference, an extensive CSS reference from Codrops

Libscore, an app that scans the top million sites on the web to collect stats on JS library usage.
Libscore, an app that scans the top million sites on the web to collect stats on JS library usage

Editor.md, a simple online markdown editor.
Editor.md, a simple online markdown editor

Grunticon 2 has been released! You can now style & animate your SVGs.
Grunticon 2 has been released! You can now style & animate your SVGs

Interaction Design Best Practices, a free ebook from UXPin.
Interaction Design Best Practices, a free ebook from UXPin

New Learning & Reading Resources

A full-screen bouncy navigation tutorial in CSS and jQuery from CodyHouse.
A full-screen bouncy navigation tutorial in CSS and jQuery from CodyHouse

Getting started with Less by Nicholas Cerminara.
Getting started with Less by Nicholas Cerminara

Making a single page app without a framework by Danny Markov.
Making a single page app without a framework by Danny Markov

Animating pseudo-elements by Donovan Hutchinson.
Animating pseudo-elements by Donovan Hutchinson

An exploration in Material Design by Arthur Bodolec.
An exploration in Material Design by Arthur Bodolec

How SVG filters work and how to use them to create a gooey effect by Lucas Bebber.
How SVG filters work and how to use them to create a gooey effect by Lucas Bebber

Responsible social share links by Jonathan Suh.
Responsible social share links by Jonathan Suh

Redefining lazy loading with lazy load XT by Denis Ryabov & Ugur Kaner.
Redefining lazy loading with lazy load XT by Denis Ryabov

A beginners guide to Markdown by Sufyan bin Uzayr.
A beginners guide to Markdown by Sufyan bin Uzayr

Free GUI Resources Resources

50 Free Resources for Web Designers from January 2015 →
50 Free Resources for Web Designers from January 2015

Freebie: Animals Icons by Creative Tail (SVG, AI, PSD & PNG).
Freebie: Animals Icons by Creative Tail

Freebie: 100 Free Icons by Candence (PSD).
Freebie: 100 Free Icons by Candence

…and finally…

A Humorous Illustrated Series of Puns for Designers →
A Humorous Illustrated Series of Puns for Designers

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The best Android photo editing apps for designers

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The stats about the growth of mobile apps is startling. There are a million of apps available in Android’s Google play store that are ready to offer its users the best mobile experience on the go. Smartphones and tablet devices have moved beyond just “gadgets” to something to become more relevant and powerful enough to […]

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What 20 Designers Carry Inside Their Bags [PICS]

Designers and artists are pretty fashionable folks, as you may know. They like to get creative from the clothes they wear to how they organize their desks. If you’ve always wondered about what designers carry in their bags as well, you definitely want to pay attention to this.

Mijlo, a Dutch-based collective which has a backpack project you can back on Kickstarter, has reached out to a group of creatives from all over the world, asking them the essentials they have in their bags. On their site you can find about 100 of these designer bag exposés, so what we have here is just a sneak peek into what you can probably find in a designer’s bag.

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Jiani Lu

Juani Lu is a designer, photographer and bookbinder from Toronto, who currently lives in Dubai. It is evident just how passionate she is about her craft with the particular items she uses for her craft like thread and the paper cutter. The camera, and a set of pens and markers in her bag complete her artistic endeavours.

Fabrizio Querida

Fabrizio Querida is a designer at a graphic design bureau based in Barcelona called Querida (which means lover in Spanish). The array of things featured in the picture display a quirky sense of style as well as humor. The subtle nods to pop culture are pretty cool as well.

Leta Sobierajski

Leta Sobierajski is a designer and Creative Director based in New York city, which explains the mug. What makes this display unique is the different combinations of item that seem to go together such as the radical pineapple with sunglasses and the lipstick holding figurine.

Amanda Cole

Amanda Cole is a graphic designer and illustrator from Newcastle, Australia. She is also co-founder of the Shorthand design studio. Instead of going the conventional route and taking a picture of her items, Amanda went with what she knew. You can really tell that she dials it back down to the real essentials.

Justin Broadbent

Justin Broadbent is an artist based in Canada. Judging by his collection of items military bag, Justin is a fan of coffee and skateboarding. It’s highly likely that he’s 32 years old and dabbles with different mediums of art.

Jordan Blyth

Jordan Blyth is the owner of a small design studio, JB Studio, that specializes in identity design and brand development. His fairly minimalistic style is depicted here by his choices which are black and white in color.

Ed Nacional

Ed Nacional is a freelance designer and illustrator from Brooklyn, New York. As you see, Ed is a fan of trade marks and symbols. He also uses the stylish field notes notebook and only takes a few things along with him.

Daniel Brokstad

What really strikes a person about this photograph is the arrangement of the stuff Daniel has. As a freelance graphic designer that also works in photography and illustration, the Norwegian has a particular elegant style that’s depicted by his accessories.

Kasia Kurek

Kasia is a Melbourne based freelance graphic designer. She is inspired by various people like Wes Anderson and Saul Bass and loves to experiment with different creative elements. Her playful and creative nature comes alive through her things in this photo.

Calen Knauf

Calen Knauf makes up half of the Knauf and Brown studio based in Vancouver, Canada. The contents of his bag are kind of weird: a pocket camera, notebook, sunglasses, a handy pocket knife and an old cell phone.

Adam Gray

A quick glance at the contents inside the bag and you can tell that Adam Gray is someone who loves the outdoors. The artist from San Francisco has a huge imagination as indicated by his selection. Definitely someone with a wide range of interests.

Polly Stanton

Polly uses photography, videos and sounds to reflect her view of the way human’s experience the world with all its features. In addition to her art, she also works in film and television which is reflected in the items that she carries in her bag.

Thorbjorn Gudnason

Originally from Denmark, Thorbjorn Gudnason is a New York based designer. He has a fondness for creating ideas that combine both Scandanavian simplicity and New York mentality which we can see. The contrast between his passport and the rest of his items which are black in color really highlight his taste.

Levi van Veluw

Levi van Veluw is a Dutchman who has produced varying artworks in a combination of different disciplines. The powertools displayed here showcases just how much he plays around with all sorts of materials.

Thibault Zimmermann

French artist Thimbault Zimmermann is a part of the Zim&Zou brand. Their specialty lies in creating wonderful installations out of phsycial objects although their preferred medium is paper. Thimbault’s vibrant personality comes through below.

Joe Perez

Joe Perez is a creative director and graphic artist based in Los Angeles, California. His clients consist of a lot of well-known musicians if you didn’t guess by the guitar and his general style.

Yah-Leng Yu

Yah-Leng Yu has worked with some renowned names in fashion. Currently she is one of the co-founder’s and a creative director at Foreign Policy Design, which is based in Singapore. You can sense the tropical vibe by the garments pictured below and the particular rustic sense of asthetic.

Adriana Barros

Adriana is a founder and award-winning designer of Scene 360’s Illusion. Scene 360 is a magazine featuring art, design, and films. As one would expect, as someone who is in charge, she needs a lot of tools in her bags, be it make up or artistic tools.

Amy Woodside

Amy Woodside is an artist and founder of OKREAL, a site which features stories of everyday women from all over the globe. Her own story unfolds her before our eyes. She comes across as down to earth and someone who appreicates the simple things in life.

Davy Rudolph

As the current Interactive Art Director at Apple, Davy Rudolph is someone who understands what the company is about. His Californian roots are showcased here in the form of the sunglasses and shoes. A fusion of elegance and simplicity.

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50 Free Resources for Web Designers from January 2015


The tremendous thing about the design community is that we all love to share. We really do. Whether we share our thoughts and ideas via an in-depth article, or by giving advice/feedback on a forum, or even by freely offering high-quality resources. The sharing is what makes our community truly great! Here are this months 50 best free resources for web designers from November 2014:

Free Resources for Web Designers January 2015

Free UI & Wireframe Kits

Android Lollipop UI Kit (Sketch)
Android Lollipop UI Kit

Winter UI Kit (PSD)
Winter UI Kit

Kita3 Wireframe & Mockup UI Kit (PSD)
Kita3 Wireframe & Mockup UI Kit

Hero Flat UI Kit (PSD)
Hero Flat UI Kit

Eventray UI Kit (PSD)
Eventray UI Kit

Sketch UI Kit (Sketch)
Sketch UI Kit

Space Ui Kit (PSD)
Space Ui Kit

Retina UI Kit (PSD)
Retina UI Kit

Apple Watch UI Kit (AI)
Apple Watch UI Kit

MFD UI Kit (PSD)
MFD UI Kit

UX Wireframe Set (AI)
UX Wireframe Set

Wireframe Template for Apps (Vector AI)
Wireframe Template for Apps

Teracy Wireframe Kit (Sketch)
Teracy Wireframe Kit

Free Icon Sets

Hand Drawn Icon Set (69 Icons, PSD & PNG)
Hand Drawn Icon Set

CompassCons (300 Icons, Sketch)
CompassCons

Vector Business Icons for iOS 8, iOS 7 & Android (50 Icons)
Vector Business Icons for iOS 8, iOS 7 & Android

Material Design Icons with Bounds (250 Icons, Sketch)
Material Design Icons with Bounds

Coffee Shop Icon Set (24 Icons, SVG, AI, EPS & PNG)
Coffee Shop Icon Set

Tonicons Outline Icons (200 Icons, Web Font, EPS & Sketch)
Tonicons Outline Icons

Boldo Icon Set (70 Icons, PSD & AI)
Boldo Icon Set

Blockie Icon Set (48 Icons, PSD)
Blockie Icon Set

Home & Public Library Icons (50 Icons, AI)
Home & Public Library Icons

icono Pure CSS Icon Set (130 icons, CSS)
icono Pure CSS Icon Set

Evil Icons (60 Icons, SVG)
Evil Icons

Dashel Icon Set (45 Icons, SVG, PSD, PNG)
Dashel Icon Set

Free Templates & Themes

Minimaluu Portfolio Theme (WordPress)
Minimaluu Portfolio Theme

Beetle Responsive Template (HTML)
Beetle Responsive Template

Agency WordPress Theme (WordPress)
Agency WordPress Theme

Minimal Portfolio Template (PSD & HTML)
Minimal Portfolio Template

Gumba Single-Page Website Template (HTML5/CSS3)
Gumba Single-Page Website Template

Soundcloud Embed Player UI (Sketch)
Soundcloud Embed Player UI

Foliac Web Template (PSD)
Foliac Web Template

Mail App UI (PSD)
Mail App UI

iOS8 Keyboard UI (PSD)
iOS8 Keyboard UI

Google Inbox Material Design (Sketch)
Google Inbox Material Design

Free Mockup Templates

Logo Mockup Templates (PSD)
Logo Mockup Templates

Working Area Mockup (AI)
Working Area Mockup

5 Photorealistic iPhone 6 Plus (PSD)
5 Photorealistic iPhone 6 Plus

10 Photorealistic iPhone 6 Mockups (PSD)
10 Photorealistic iPhone 6 Mockups

4 Free Flat Hero Illustrations (AI)
4 Free Flat Hero Illustrations

Free Fonts

Vindence Handwritten Font
Vindence Handwritten Font

Oldways Font
Oldways Font

Paperweight Font
Paperweight Font

Pier Typeface
Pier Typeface

Slash Bad Ass Display Font
Slash Bad Ass Display Font

Againts Typeface
Againts Typeface

Abbie Script
Abbie Script

Fonesia Font
Fonesia Font

Cathedral Typeface
Cathedral Typeface

Miscellaneous Freebies

Emoji Brushes (Photoshop)
Emoji Brushes

Valentine's Day Vector Banner Kit (AI & EPS)
Valentine's Day Vector Banner Kit


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