From retro typefaces to mandala vectors, Design Bundles has plenty of tattoo-related elements for your needs.
Founded in July 2016 by Alex France and Andy Croftâ€”Design Bundles is an online platform delivering over 800,000 products from illustrations, templates, photographs, add-ons, backgrounds, and more. Of course, not all of this is revolving around tattoos; there is an assortment of themes for different individuals and businesses.
Above: A street-style Cupid by Sergey Kandakov.
Harry Kasyanovâ€™s patterned wrap can be used on t-shirts, skateboards, and more.
Some of the Perks
Design Bundles offers an enticing 96% off RRP (recommended retail price) on design resources, a lifetime-download guarantee, unlimited customer support with each purchase, and licensing for personal and commercial uses. Aside from the customer standpoint, there is also a marketplace for image creators to make money.
Tattoo machines and old-school imagery are also available.
Top 5 Tattoo Downloads
Our favorite picks are â€śRIP,â€ť â€śOld-School,â€ť â€śLove Edition,â€ť â€śArt Brushes,â€ť and â€śCute Tattoosâ€ťâ€”all of these easily imported into Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, CorelDRAW, or other programs. There are also holiday season visuals for a gothic Christmas and hip-hoppish Valentineâ€™s Day.
A variety of tattoo typefaces can be purchased at Font Bundles.
Flowing handwriting, traditional serifs, and other typefaces are available at â€śFont Bundles,â€ť which is Design Bundlesâ€™ popular sister project. Here are a few typeface examples that we like: â€śRumble,â€ť â€śSailorâ€™s Grave,â€ť and â€śTattoo Collection.â€ť
Retro skulls and bugs can be used for logos, business cards, or to make textile patterns.
And the Freebies
Who doesnâ€™t like gifts? In addition to buying premium products, Design Bundles offers free downloads every week to registered members. (They have over 2 million registrants that are happy customers.) Sign up and begin selecting your preferred files on the Internet.
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