RetroSupply originally started as a humble Creative Market selling a single pack of logo templates.
From a simple pack of logo templates came a huge variety of products for Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator including: brushes, actions, graphic styles, fonts, Smart PSD templates and more.
What started as a simple little shop quickly turned into an outlet to create the products I've always wishes I could find (but couldn't). Today we have over 60 products and release a new one just about every week.
Our mission is simple:
Make useful, unconventional and enjoyable products for designers.
We strive to make each product to the highest quality standards. We pay attention to the little things. Stuff like beautifully displayed artboards for our brushes, detailed instructions, tutorial videos, and building products from real source material.
RetroSupply started with just me (Dustin) creating products. But over the past few years we've grown to have over ten thousand customers and I needed a bit of help.
Today I'm lucky enough to work with a core team of two talented designers (and two of the nicest people I've ever met). Plus, each month we have a variety of different guest designers create products with us.
I founded RetroSupply in August of 2012 to be the design goods shop I always wish existed.
RetroSupply quickly found success. Within 2 months I was working full time making products for RetroSupply.
I've had a blast the past few years creating products, meeting talented designers and speakin at cool events like Creative South and Weapons of Mass Creation.
In my free time I love spending time with my wife and two daughters, playing my strat, and spending time outdoors.
Scott Fuller is a designer, illustrator, treasure hunter and founder of The Studio Temporary.
I'm a native of Newnan, GA. I spend my days (and nights) following a simple motto: "Good Design Wherever I Happen To Be". No matter the job, I lays it all on the line to create clean, clear visual designs.
In addition to helping build best-selling products for RetroSupply I also work with clients at The Studio Temporary.
I also resembles a tall leprechaun.
Hi, I’m Katie Bertagnolli. (bert-nah-lee) I’m from Mobile, Alabama, currently residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
I graduated from the University of South Alabama with a BFA in design. I love branding and layout design, lettering, and mixing old with new. Cool packaging is my weakness, and I often buy things for that reason alone.
I’m an animal lover, photography hobbyist, and compulsive travel planner. See my latest ventures in hand-lettering on Instagram @katiebertagnolli.
Brad Woodard is the co-founder, designer, and illustrator at Brave the Woods in Austin, Texas.
Brad’s passion for creating has led him to work from small startups, like Column Five Media, to large agencies, like Arnold Worldwide. As a result, he quickly gained an impressive breadth of experience. He has a wonderfully supportive wife, two little kids, and two puppies, with whom he likes to travel and spend time outdoors.
Von Glitschka is the owner of Glitschka Studios. He has done work for well-known brands such as Adobe, Dell, Disney, Hasbro, HGTV, Nike, US Marine Corps, and more.
Amy Hood is the co-founder of Hoodzpah, a design studio in Southern California. She has worked for big-name clients such as Hot Wheels, Stella Artois, Google, and the History Channel.
Amy has developed a killer unique style, in which she created the great Palm Canyon Drive Font found on RetroSupply.
Aaron Sechrist is the owner of OKpants. A one-man design studio in Cleveland, Ohio that specializes in branding and illustration. Aaron has a prestigious list of clients, such as Disney, House Of Blues, Red Bull, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum, Detroit Pistons, and Fall Out Boy.
He's also the mastermind behind the new font Leutner.
Chris DeLorenzo lives and works in Boston as a graphic designer and illustrator. He spends most of his time desiging fun shirts for the clothing line Johnny Cupcakes, but he also designs posters, web graphics, signage, and more.
Recently, Chris has redesigned the RetroSupply logo and mascot.