Digital Gifts for Graphic Designers in 2014

by Dustin Lee December 07, 2013

 

Do you have a graphic designer in your life that you need to get a gift for? Maybe you're designer who's in need of a little gift for yourself. Here's a collection of the best digital design gifts on the web. 

50 Subtle Grunge Brushes: These are by far the best Photoshop brushes anywhere for giving your work a subtle distressed feel. Best of all, they're only $3!

 

Fonts by Kyle Wayne Benson: Kyle creates fonts designers dream about. Having met Kyle I can attest to the fact that he's dedicated to his craft.

 

RetroSupply: The original RetroSupply pack includes everything you need to create authentic retro designs including halftone brushes, fold brushes, print offset actions, stains and much more.

 

VectorScribe: I can honestly say VectorScribe changed my life. VectorScribe makes complete control of your Bezier curves a breeze.

 

 

 

Texture Supply No 1: This is an incredible package of super high-resolution hand made print textures. Use them to get convincing screen print textures in your digital work.

 

Kyle's Ultimate MegaPack for Photoshop: If you use a Wacom tablet (or even if you don't) these brushes are an illustrators dream. Includes oils, inks, pencils, pastels, gouache, drybrush and watercolor. Easily the best brush pack on the market. 

 

RetroLab: RetroLab is like having a portable retro photo lab. Give your photos aged textures, light leaks, hot spots, and vintage film processing effects. Mix and match individual effects for total control over your images.

 

SpoonGraphics Access All Areas: Get access to a massive collection of design resources and tutorials updated monthly. Plus, it's an incredible value at just $7 a month.

TypecastUse Typecast to create visual and semantic designs. Check for readability, rendering and beauty then share a working prototype of your design.

 

 





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