1300 Logos Ultimate Megabundle

Category: Photoshop Add-Ons, Date: 9-03-2017, 23:19, Views: 377

 

We are very excited to present our entire and most complete logo templates collection so far! A lot of work went in creating this bundle and we did our best to make it as diverse as possible! This bundle includes a big variety of templates that will cover any past or future trend! Included are retro logos, vintage logos, minimal logos, modern logos, feminine logos, typography logos, herladic crests, badges, insignias, monograms and more! The logos from this bundle can be used for just about anything from making a logo for yiour brand to creating awesome prints that you can use for your company or for sale!

Product Features:
➤ 1300+ Logo Templates
➤ PSD Editable Files (for Photoshop)
➤ AI Editable Files (for Illustrator)
➤ EPS Files - editable
➤ Vector elements - vectors in Illustrator and shapes in Photohop
➤ Editable Text - free or free for personal use fonts
➤ Layered and well organised
➤ Well organised files in folders - Preview images included for all sets
➤ Easy to modify, edit, re-size and color without the loss of quality or resolution. 100% vector shapes editable in Photoshop and Illustrator.

Product Highlights:
➤ More than 350 vintage and retro logos
➤ More than 100 retro badges
➤ More than 100 typography logos
➤ More than 50 heraldic crest logos
➤ 200 minimalistic & modern logos
➤ 250 feminine logos
➤ 100 geometric logos
➤ 150 travelling theme logos
➤ BONUS icons and textures in 3 of the sets

Sunblock Pro Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:37, Views: 213

 

Clean and geometric deco sans typefaces have been used in a range of scientific publications, corporate logotypes, and beauty products over the years. However, a typeface of this style has yet to have an expansive range of widths and weights to become a design workhorse, until now. The Sunblock family finds its origin of inspiration in the Coppertone sunscreen company logo, and from there expands to type megafamily.

Broadway Script Font

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:35, Views: 238

 

Broadway Font is hand brushed font with multilingual support. Is ideal for t-shirts, magazines, phone covers, social media, restaurant menus, greeting cards, invitations, weddings, headers and many more. This brush font comes with a complete set of lowercase and uppercase characters, a large range of punctuation ligatures, numerals and and multilingual support.

Caros Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:31, Views: 177

 

Caros Family is a modern sans-serif typeface that is clean, simple and highly readable. Letters in this type family are designed with geometric shapes without any decorative distractions. The spaces between individual letter forms are precisely adjusted to create the perfect typesetting. 

MFC Gilchrist Monogram Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:29, Views: 190

 

The inspiration source for MFC Gilchrist Monogram is an extremely ornamented letterset from a vintage embroidery publication from the early 1900’s. We’ve digitally recreated the ornamental glyphs from the original design, and created a matching set of smallcaps in order to offer more versatility with this monogram. We have also created two additional sets of alternate glyphs with different fills for more variations. Experiment with all of these in different combinations for unique designs.

Moyenage Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:27, Views: 191

 

Blackletter typefaces follow certain fixed rules, both in respect to their forms and to the orthography. Possibly, they were a reaction to the half-developed Carolingian minuscule which was soon to end in the Latin script. Narrow, ordered script was to replace the round, hesitant and shattered shapes of letters in order to simplify writing, to unify the meaning of individual letters, and to save some parchment, too. Opposed to the practice common in monasterial scriptoriums where Uncial, Irish and Carolingian inspiration flew freely and as a result, the styles of writing differed in each monastery, the blackletter type was to define one, common standard. It was to express spiritual verticality, in perfect tune with the architecture of the Gothic era. Typography became an integral part of the overall style of the period. The pointed arch and the blackletter type were the vanguard of the spectacular transformation from the Middle Ages towards the modern era, they were a celebration of a time when works of art were not signed by their makers yet.

Produkt Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:26, Views: 201

 

Produkt is the slab serif to the sans Graphik family, falling into the tradition of adding slabs to European Grotesk, creating an attractive and functional companion serif typeface. Its serifs are relatively short, particularly in the heaviest weights, so it retains the compact proportions and regular texture that characterize Graphik.

Graphik LCG Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:22, Views: 235

 

Graphik was inspired from all parts of the 20th century. The heavy end of the family is based in part on Paul Renner’s Plak, a relatively obscure display typeface cut only in large sizes of woodtype, that is related to his heavier weights of Futura but has rounder, friendlier, fatter proportions. For the lighter weights, Schwartz was more influenced by the less popular sans serifs that many European foundries released to compete with Futura, Helvetica and Univers – the juggernauts of 20th century sans serifs – such as Neuzeit Grotesk, Folio, Recta, and Maxima. None of these families were groundbreaking, but many of them had a certain quirky charm.

Amasis eText Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:19, Views: 165

 

A clear and enjoyable reading experience hinges on the legibility of text copy, especially when reading on screen. This is why Monotype has developed the eText collection of fonts specifically tailored for the text-heavy display environments of e-readers, tablets, mobile devices, and the Web.

Baskerville eText Font Family

Category: Fonts, Date: 9-03-2017, 22:18, Views: 162

 

A clear and enjoyable reading experience hinges on the legibility of text copy, especially when reading on screen. This is why Monotype has developed the eText collection of fonts specifically tailored for the text-heavy display environments of e-readers, tablets, mobile devices, and the Web.
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