Don’t think this week will endHappy New Year 2020 Squirrel shirt . without a special gift from the Tshirt Factory team. There are plenty of free resources out there but these ones are special because there is a very limited time window in which you can access them. You can get these t-shirt prints without paying a dime for one week only, while they usually come with a price tag.This week’s suggestion comes from original graphic designer Vlad Isac, and you will have exclusivity on this design, because you won’t be able to purchase it from somewhere else. But, actually, now you get it for free! It’s called “Hypnotic ape” and it was created in Adobe Photoshop, just like all of Vlad’s design. This is his second design featured in the Free of week” section here on the blog, so if you are a fan, you should stick around – other works from his collection are bound to be available again.
Happy New Year 2020 Squirrel shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
The file available for download is one layered file in TIFF format, with transparencyHappy New Year 2020 Squirrel shirt . This is perfect for DTG printing. But if you are a pro at screen printing you can request o layered file in PDF format.Vlad’s designs seem like a whirlwind adventure in a parallel world, where you can almost touch cosmic energies, where the landing on the Moon is casually accompanied by Godzilla and Nefertiti in the background. Trippy, isn’t it? You gotta love his boundless imagination and courage to suggest a variety of eccentric ideas that may come against popular belief.Font design is intricate, essential to a good impression and very often needs to be practical. Fonts vary based on theme, what you want to communicate and the “etiquette” required in certain situation. So, in short, context is fundamental, which means there are no good or bad fonts. It is true that the level and quality of ligatures and kerning pairs, as well as alternates vary for each of them, marking the difference between free fonts and those with a price tag, but it all boils down to how you use and combine the resources.